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Obloukový most v Karviné - Lázně Darkov
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Obloukový most v Karviné - Lázně Darkov

tonový obloukový most přes řeku Olši z roku 1925. Památka je mimořádná technickým řešením mostové konstrukce oblouku. Před několika lety byl most unikátním stavebním postupem vyzdvižen proti povodním a celkově zrekonstruován. Most tvoří významnou pohledovou dominantu městské části Lázně Darkov a pomyslný impozantní vstup do areálu lázní.

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