Strange and Wondrous World

Condé Nast Traveler published a slideshow highlighting some of the world’s strangest and most wondrous places, including a spot in Germany, where one Shoreline student will be spending Spring Quarter with WCCCSA’s Berlin study abroad program.

Rakotz Bridge 26-12-2014.JPG
Rakotz Bridge 26-12-2014” by Natalie UominiOwn work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

This bridge, commissioned in 1890, was designed to form a perfect circle when reflected in the waters below. It is located in Kromlau, Germany.

Don’t miss the rest of the amazing places in the slideshow!

Thanks to Atlas Obscura for the information on the Rakotz Bridge.

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