At first glance, it looks as though nature has created a perfect circle that frames the gorgeous landscape of Germany’s Kromlauer Park.
But look a little longer and you’ll realize that this stunning sight is the result of a clever optical illusion.
An archedbridge called Rakotzbrücke, or devil’s bridge, is responsible for fooling your eye.
With its fantastic panoramic views, Rakotzbrücke is a popular place for bridge photography.
You too can visit this locale, but beware: walking on this bridge is prohibited in order to preserve it for generations to come.
It was constructed in 1860 with a grand optical illusion in mind. When the bridge is reflected into the water, it, it makes a perfect circle.
This 19th Century Devils Bridge Uses It’s Reflection to Form a Perfect Circle