What looks like two enormous Roman viaducts stand near a small Polish village. These defunct railroad bridges tower over the tiny settlement and its surrounding woodland.
The Stańczyki Viaducts are among the largest bridges in Poland. The reinforced concrete behemoths stretch nearly 600 feet long, stand 120 feet tall, and boast arches that clock in at just under 50 feet long.
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