The Lyduvėnai Railway Bridge

Places to Visit

The longest and the highest railway bridge in Lithuania. 599 metres length and 42 metres height bridge above the impressive valley of the river Dubysa, in the Dubysa Regional Park. The engineering construction has the status of the Cultural monument. It is one of the most famous and frequently visited places not only of Lyduvėnai village, but also of the whole district. The first wooden bridge built in 1916. In 1918 it was replaced by the bridge of the reinforced concrete, but in 1944, it was exploded by the retreating German army. The permanent bridge was rebuilt in 1951.

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