Australian woman Jodi Rose has married a bridge in France and even got the approval from a local mayor.
Rose, a musician who records the vibrations of bridges across the world, married the Le Pont du Diable Bridge in Ceret, located in southern France, according to the Daily Mail.
After recording numerous bridges along her travels, she said the 14th century bridge was the best. She recorded the vibrations for her Singing Bridges project.
“He makes me feel connected to the earth and draws me to rest from my endless nomadic wanderings. He is fixed, stable, rooted to the ground, while I am nomadic, transient, ever on the road,” she said, according to the Australian Daily Telegraph.
Their “union” is not legally recognized in France.
“Our wedding is arranged with the help of friends from Barcelona, the community and artists in Arles-sur-Tech & Ceret, who give their blessing and support to the ceremony,” she wrote on her blog.
The bridge was constructed between 1321 and 1341. The highest point of the bridge’s apex is more than 60 feet off the ground.