The Teufelsbrücke or devils bridge is a bent pedestrian bridge in the Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe at Kassel, Germany. It was first a wooden bridge that was replaced in 1826 by a metal one created by local company Hentschel. It is the third location of the water games and the water falls ten meters down into the Höllenteich (lake of hell).

It is named like that after the neighboring Pluto grotto – with Pluto being the god of the underworld. The water continues from here to the Aquädukt and from there to the great fountain in front of Schloß Wilhelmshöhe. The Teufelsbrücke is an often used photo location and a good view point.

Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe

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