It is a beautiful arch-bridge with a balcony Built in 1928 by Joan Rubió, friend and disciple of the great master of modernist architecture Antoni Gaudí. The
decoration is inspired by flamboyant gothic or late Gothic forms, although it is relatively modern. Its mysterious beauty is one of the most photographed places
in the Gothic Quarter.
If you look closely at the bottom of the bridge you will discover a skull that is believed to be authentic, pierced by a dagger.
There are several urban legends about its meaning, one of them is if you walk backwards looking directly at the skull you will be granted the desire you are thinking and the most apolitical legend, is the one that explains that if one day someone took the dagger that crosses the skull, the city would sink on its foundations.
We choose the legend that says you have to ask a wish, why not? Maybe it will happen!