Ponte Da Cruz, in Igrexario, Spain is a bridge from the 12th century that crosses over the Ulla River. Built with local granite and River stones, Ponte Da Cruz is an architectural masterpiece, featuring three arches and a 30 m height. The bridge is popularly known as "the bridge of death" due to its fragile structure and its location across a wicked river. It serves as a testimony of how faith has been the only resource to cross that stretch of water in the past. The view of the bridge, the river and its valley is spectacular and is a great reference for photographers and travelers alike.