The only extant bridge, also called Gudialchay Bridge, is one of seven bridges that existed in Guba District in the 17th-19th centuries. This is the longest bridge; it was designed by Alexander III and was built in 1894. Fourteen of its spans, a total length of 275 meters and a width of 8 m, are built of burnt bricks. This design allows the bridge to remain intact even during severe mudslides and floods. The bridge has recently been restored and is protected by the state as a monument of architecture.