The Perninský viaduct is a historic railway bridge in the Czech Republic. It is located near the town of Pernink in the Ore Mountains, which is a popular tourist destination in the western part of the country.
The viaduct was built in 1898 as part of the railway line connecting the towns of Chomutov and Karlovy Vary. It spans the deep valley of the Pernink River, with a total length of 261 metres and a maximum height of 37 metres. The viaduct is made of red bricks and has 11 arches, each 20 metres long.
At the time of its construction, the Perninsky Viaduct was considered a remarkable engineering feat and is still considered one of the most impressive railway bridges in the Czech Republic. It is also a popular tourist attraction, with visitors coming to admire its beautiful construction and spectacular views of the surrounding mountains.
Today, the Perninský viaduct is still used as a railway bridge and trains regularly pass over it. However, the bridge is also open to pedestrians and cyclists and it is possible to walk or cycle across it to enjoy the view and take photographs. It is a popular place for nature lovers and photographers and offers a unique view of the natural beauty of the Ore Mountains.