Sellin sea bridge
Sellin's landmark feature has been destroyed several times over its century long history. Built in 1906 for ferry traffic over the Baltic Sea, the bridge was destroyed as early as 1924 by winter pack ice. A new landing bridge with a music pavilion and cake shop was built to replace it but the bitter winter of 1941/42 brought construction to an end again. From the 1950s to the 1970s it was home to a popular dance bar that was torn down in 1978. It was rebuilt in 1998: beaming white and filigree like its predecessor from 1927.