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No matter if you want to explore Lord of the Ring-esque forests, stay in a cider-making farmhouse or roam the splendour of the Bieszczady Mountains, Poland has them all.
Titled “Tourist values in counties and their surroundings”, the paper by the Central Office of Statistics, GUS, sought to determine which towns and regions offered the best tourist experience as determined by various key factors.
The bear-scare move comes after a video posted on Twitter earlier this month shows a bear roaming the streets in the town of Sanok.
A forester suffered serious injuries after he was attacked by a bear in the Bieszczady Mountains in south-east Poland, a local forestry service has reported.
The winners of the Best Tourism Product 2021 competition were selected from a total of 72 entries: 49 entries in the main competition, 9 entries for the Gold Certificate and 14 in the Special Certificate categories.
A beech forest in the Bieszczady Mountains, in the south-east corner of Poland, has been placed on Unesco's World Heritage List, Unesco’s World Heritage Committee has announced.
The mysterious village of Łupków has a rich history but nearly all remnants of the settlement were destroyed after WWII with just the church foundation, bell tower and cemetery remaining.
Captured in the Baligród Forest District in the Bieszczady Mountains (south-eastern Poland), the wasp was attacked by the rare fungus known as Ophiocordyceps ditmarii which then buried itself inside the insect’s body before erupting out of its head.
Intended to be built in a village in the Bieszczady Mountains in south-eastern Poland, Agnieszka Skwirut’s designs show a building perched on the side of a mountain, far from any major city and surrounded by the mountain’s wild natural beauty.
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