El Hotel del Salto - Colombia Hotel del Salto was built in 1928 for wealthy tourists visiting the nearby Tequendama Falls. Eventually, the waterfall was contaminated and visitors lost interest, leading to the hotel’s abandonment. (Arteide)
In 1924, the then-luxurious Hotel (Refugio d)el Salto was inaugurated on the cliff facing the waterfall. There has been talk of reopening it and restoring it to its former glory which might help rid the place of its apparent ghosts. They are believed to be from the old days when bar fights on the second story would end up on its balcony, sometimes resulting in a drunk patron losing more than the fight. On the other hand, there are stories of those who checked out by jumping off the cliff.
Monnow Bridge in Monmouth, Wales, is the only remaining mediæval fortified river bridge in Great Britain with its gate tower still standing in place. It crosses the River Monnow (Welsh: Afon Mynwy). The existing bridge was completed in the late 13th century.