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    Polish National Parks – Bieszczady National Park

    The third-largest National Park in Poland is located in the southeast corner of the country in Subcarpathian Voivodeship. Bieszczady National Park became a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    The Bieszczady National Park is located in Subcarpathian Voivodeship. It is the third-largest National Park in Poland and covers an area of 292.2 square km. It was created in 1973 and forests cover about 80% of the Park. 


    The fauna of Bieszczady National Park includes about 200 rare species, like the European bison, brown bear, lynx, wildcat, wild boar, deer, or wolf. What is more, there are also approx. 900 different species of vascular plants. 


    Additional attractions:

    – hiking trails (total approx. 265 km),

    – Museum of Nature of the Bieszczady National Park in Ustrzyki Dolne,

    – Conservative Breeding of the Hucul Horse of the Bieszczady National Park in Wołosate,

    – the Hucul Horse Stable in Tarnawa Niżna. 


    For more information about the Bieszczady National Park click here


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