The “Devil’s Bridge” in Kromlau

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KromlauLower Silesia, is a community of the Saxon municipality of Gablenz in the district of Görlitz. The village in the Sorbian settlement area of the Upper Lusatia is mainly known for the Azalea and Rhododendron Park Kromlau, the largest rhododendron park in Germany, and its “Devil’s Bridge

KromlauLower Silesia, is a community of the Saxon municipality of Gablenz in the district of Görlitz. The village in the Sorbian settlement area of the Upper Lusatia is mainly known for the Azalea and Rhododendron Park Kromlau, the largest rhododendron park in Germany, and its “Devil’s Bridge” (Rakotzbrücke).[1]

The “Devil’s Bridge” in Kromlau

(Rakotzbrücke).[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ “The Devil’s Bridge of Germany: Rakotzbrücke”Atlas Obscura. Retrieved 2017-09-16.
Authority control Integrated Authority File (Germany)VIAF 1WorldCat (via VIAF)

Coordinates51°32′15″N 14°37′47″E

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