On the outskirts of the Romnicka Forest in Stańczyki there are the highest viaducts in Poland. They are the remnants of the former Gołdap – Żytkiejmy railway line, which was put into use in the interwar period. The bridges were built by the Germans and are the highest structure of this type in Poland. They resemble Roman aqueducts. The twin bridges have a reinforced concrete structure, five spans with equal arches, 15 meters high. They were designed by architects from Italy. They cross the valley of the Błędzianka River. The road itself, which leads to Stańczyki, is extremely picturesque. The trees growing along the road give a mysterious atmosphere and allow the travel time to sink in thoughts. Stańczyki is visited by more and more tourists every year. Few of them know that there are two more very similar places nearby, where you can also see amazing bridges. These are Botkuny and Kiepojcie. In my opinion, despite the fact that they are not as large as the bridges in Stańczyki, they are more mysterious. The bridges lie in a landscape of thickets, moss and stones, they seem to be absorbed by nature. You can see it perfectly when going down the steep slope to the Jarka River. This place is a treat for photographers. They are not as visited as Stańczyki and you can even have them exclusively. In Stańczyki, I recommend the Stańczyki restaurant with regional, delicious food. A treat for the palate ?