Fojutowo is a borowiacka colony on the southern edge of Tuchola Forest within Tuchola Landscape Park. There is a unique monument of architecture hydraulic engineering, modeled on ancient Roman ruins - aqueduct, which is a hybrid of the two watercourses. The building is 75 meters long, making it the longest such facility in Poland. The aqueduct was built in the years 1845-1849, it rose from the stone and yellow brick bonded with lime in the bottom of the sealed water glass (water glass) and glues. It was renovated in the 70s of the twentieth century and in 2002. Under the vaulted tunnel runs footbridge, which you can go along Czerska Stream. The difference in level bottom of both feet is 11 meters. Today aqueduct can be visited by a route. Walking up the mountain along the canal, crossing it and then after a wooden bridge, then the bottom - walking in the tunnel bridge over Czerska Stream. This is one of the most interesting tourist attractions throughout the country and is the perfect place for canoeing.