Rakotz Bridge in Germany.

by Roman Robroek

- Art code: 296 375

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This is a photo of a bridge that's been built in the 19th century. Because it looks so unusual, dangerous and miraculous in creating an optical illusion, it got named 'Devil's Bridge'. The bridge has been constructed by hand. It is prohibited to cross it.

At the right side of the bridge I could see a door, more like a fence, that when opened allowed access in a small space within the rock itself.
You will find Rakotz Bridge in Germany. in the collections Architecture, Autumn, Bridges, Germany, Hiking, Indian Summer, Park, Photography, Reflection (physics), Stein, Still life, Urban / Street and Water.
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Roman Robroek is a photographer who captures forgotten places around the world. In particular, he is focused on creating stunning pho-tos of abandoned locations, rich with wonder, mystery and unanswered questions.

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