The Solkan Bridge in Nova Gorica, Slovenia, is a remarkable and historic bridge that spans the emerald waters of the Soča River. It is the largest stone arch bridge in the world with a single span, measuring 85 meters in length and standing at 22 meters high.
The arch was constructed out of 5,000 stone blocks, which were individually shaped and placed by hand. The bridge has become an iconic landmark of the area and is a popular tourist attraction.
Visitors to the Solkan Bridge can enjoy stunning views of the surrounding mountains and river below. The area is also popular for outdoor activities such as hiking and rafting.