A listed cultural sight. This road bridge made of reinforced concrete consists of seven units, the hanging unit has the Span of 52 m, the others 29 m. The continuous plate that carries the road is hung on the side ferroconcrete arcs (in the wider field) and supported by the bottom arched panels (in the narrowed fields). The bridge is a work of the team J. Činčera I. Grebnik and it was constructed in the years 1930 and 1931. It belonged to the most daring bridge construction of that time in former Czechoslovakia. The bridge was damaged during the Second World War and after its reconstruction it was supplemented with a water - gate for water level stabilization of the warm branch of Váh. In the last quarter of the 20th century, there was added a steel foot bridge to the countercurrent side of the Country Bridge and its hanging construction was strengthened with the steel ropes.