The Devil's Bridge and the Amalienfelsen are located in the Princely Park in Inzigkofen. 29 meters high is the rock, named after Princess Amalie Zephyrine von Hohenzollern. The Teufelbrücke leads to 21.5 meters over the so-called "Höll" gorge. Originally the bridge was built of wood, in 1983 the wood was replaced by stone. According to Sage, the devil helped the builder build the bridge. As a reward, the devil wanted the first soul to enter this bridge. But the master builder was clever and sent a dog across the jetty first.
The name of the bridge is the model of the Devil's Bridge near the St. Gotthard Pass. In the Romantic era, one fell prey to the Swiss landscape. And perhaps the landscape of the Danube Valley also resembled Switzerland. But of course, one has also come up with a legend about the Devil's Bridge.
The Amalienfelsen is on the way to the Devil's Bridge, both are striking, the Amalienfelsen is located on the right side of the Danube in a left turn, the Devil's Bridge over bridges the hell and there is a legend that claims that it was built with the help of the devil
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