Bridges in Stańczyki (Polish: Mosty w Stańczykach) are two viaducts from 1917–1918 entered in the register of immovable monuments in the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship. These are part of the already unused section of railway line between Goldap and Zytkiejmy, a length of 31km. The viaducts are located beyond the village of Stanczyk. Both are of a massive size and are considered the highest in Poland. They are about 200m long and 36m high. Reinforced concrete structure, five-span with 15m arches. The architecture is characterized by perfect proportions and the pillars are decorated with elements modeled on the Roman aqueducts in Pont du Gard. Hence the name - 'Aqueducts of the Romincka Forest'. The Błędzianka river flows under the buildings. Stańczyki is the best and most beautiful place in Poland for bungee jumping and swing jumping. Recently, it has been officially banned due to the poor technical condition of the bridges.