There are a total of 1154 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world (as of July 31, 2021: 897 Cultural, 218 Natural, and 39 Mixed) in 167 countries. Here are the top 20 countries having the most number of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Rakotzbrücke (English: Rakotz Bridge) is an arch-shaped bridge in the Azalea and Rhododendron Park Kromlau, a 200 acres (81 ha) landscaped park in the municipality of Gablenz, Saxony, Germany. The park and the bridge built in the 19th century. Like many other spooky bridges in Europe, it’s nicknamed The Devil’s Bridge.