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Èze and the Devil's Bridge
The road bridge located northwest of the village of Èze on the 'Moyenne Corniche' is nicknamed the Devil's Bridge because of a legend according to which the devil promised a peasant a bridge in exchange for the soul of the first person who would cross it. Six-hundred-and-fifty-six feet (200 m) long, it is 262 feet (80 m) high and allows the 'Moyenne Corniche' to span a ravine. The construction of this semicircular arched masonry bridge dates back to 1914.
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