Tartu Devil`s Bridge
Location: N58° 22` 44.1", E26° 42` 57.1"
The Devil's Bridge is a rare example of a concrete bridge from the early 20th century. It complements the Angel Bridge and is one of the the symbols not only of Toomemägi Hill, but Tartu as a whole. A wooden bridge was at the same place in1809. The current bridge was built in 1913 to the designs of A. Eichhorn and was dedicated to the 300th anniversary of the Romanov dynasty of the Russian tsars. It was dedicated to the memory of the Emperor Alexander I.
The bridge's name may have come from the fact that it complemented Angel's Bridge or have been derived from the name of its lead construction engineer, Werner Zoege von Manteuffel ('teufel' means 'devil' in German).