This magnificent stone bridge from the 16th century is situated in Rhodope Mountains and is part of the ancient road connecting the lowlands of Thrace with the north Aegean Sea coast.
There are several different legends about it's name - The Devil's bridge. One of them says, that the Devil saved a girl running from the turks, as she jumped from the bridge into the waters and they turned back, claiming to have seen the Devil's head in the reflections in the water.
Another speaks of a builder who inwalled his beloved one's shadow into the walls of the bridge, so that it stood in time, but once her shadow was taken, she began to fade away from life...
There are also different variations of these basic two legends, but whichever you choose to believe in, the bridge still looks solid and beautiful!