Karst Bridge

The rock seems to stand on three “legs”; an adult can walk freely under it. 

This is a unique natural arch, which, according to scientists, was formed as a result of karst processes on the seabed.

As early as 500 years ago, when Christianity celebrated its 1500th anniversary, here, in the heart of Europe, the cult of pagans, worshiping the sun, was flourishing. 

It was on the Karst Bridge where their temple was located, as evidenced by both archival materials and interesting findings of artifacts.