The Pont du Diable, built in 1321, is one of three bridges in Ceret. Together, they for the letter Z. This bridge, by far the oldest, is no longer used for vehicles, but pedestrians can still cross. Seen from the next bridge, one can see the open spaces within the structure of the bridge that allowed the bridge keeper to live within the brdige itself. It's a great sight to walk across and see from the next bridge.
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