Located in Heidelberg, Germany, the Karl Theodor Bridge is a 656-foot, nine arched bridge that sits over the Neckar River. It was built with sandstone and completed in 1788. It is the ninth bridge to be built on the exact location over the course of numerous centuries.
The bridge is 23 feet high and is considered to be just one of Heidelberg's popular tourist destinations and landmarks. Not only does it transport locals, but also tourists that come to view the city's castle and other historical buildings. The bridge was constructed with two towers and a statute of its namesake.