Jora bru

Jora bru is a 54 m long stone arch bridge that connects the right and left banks of the Jori River.
It was built between 1912 and 1919, when delays in construction were also caused by the First World War. The bridge crosses the Jori River at a height of 58 metres above the water and if you wish you can take the forest path down to the river, enjoy the local nature and admire the Jora Bridge from below.
You can park in a small car park just by the bridge.