Poland

Białowieski Park

The Białowieski Forest National Park in Poland. Tourism here developed no worse, bison just as powerful. The nature of the middle European strip blooms with meadows, rustles with oak trees and murmurs with the purest rivers, reminding of native lands. Add to this unique cultural objects – and you get a world-class recreation area. Many …

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Wawel Castle

A tourist trip to Krakow begins with the Royal Castle (Zamek Królewski na Wawelu). Wawel Castle is as important to Poland as the Moscow Kremlin is to Russia. But the Kremlin remains the main symbol of statehood, and the Royal Castle on Wawel lost this status after the transfer of the capital from Krakow to …

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Warsaw Zoo

The Warsaw Zoo opened in 1929. Before that for almost 60 years there was a traveling exhibition of animals in the city. Gradually, it developed: the number of inhabitants and the territory grew, but the Second World War changed everything. When German troops came to Warsaw, many animals had to be killed, as they posed …

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Praga Park

Prague Park together with the Zoological Garden entered into the register of monuments on 3.07.1990 under the number 1434 Praski Park is the oldest public park in Warsaw. Initially called Aleksandrovsky or Alexandrian, after 1916 it renamed Praski. It built in the years 1865-1871. According to the design of Jan Dobrowolski. On the right bank …

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Szczytnicki Park

Szczytnicki Park is a large nature reserve of the Polish city of Wroclaw, a great place to spend time in nature. Its area is almost 100 hectares. The name given in honor of the village of Shchitniki, which has now become part of the city. Already in the XVIII century. the townspeople with pleasure came …

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Biebrza National Park

Biebrza National Park opening of the park took place on September 9, 1993, and a couple of years later the world community recognized the colossal value of the Biebrza marshes. In spring and autumn, they become impassable, but in summer they are quite suitable for observing the numerous birds that nest here, attracted by the …

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Pole Mokotowskie

Pole Mokotowskie located a step from the metro station Politechnika and about 900 meters from Łazienok Królewski. What was not there! For a long time, this place used as a springboard for training soldiers, and the park itself occupied about 200 hectares – almost 3 times more than now. In the middle of the 19th …

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Żelazowa Wola Park

Żelaszawa Wola is a Polish village located 46 km from Warsaw in the Masovian Voivodeship. Zhelyazova-Volya is known as the birthplace of the famous composer Frédéric Chopin and violinist Henrik Schering. The village currently has a population of 65. The first documentary mention of the village dates back to 1579. In 1802, Zhelyazova-Volya was owned …

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Kampinos National Park

The World Biosphere Reserve, stretching for 385 km², is how the Kampinos National Park appears to visitors. There are 1500 species of plants, many animals such as moose, beavers, martens, hares, weasels, deer, badgers, and many of them already have the status of rare. Specialists are conducting a program of reproduction of lynxes to restore …

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