Belovezhskaya Pushcha is one of largest relict remainders of virgin plain forest, which was growing on the territory of Europe during the prehistoric times. The dense is situated in the Belovezhsky region on the territories of Byelorussia and Poland. Today, this area is a Global Scientific Ecological Centre.To move around the pushcha you can take a bicycle.
Inside the museum.
Forest keeper in the Russian Empire.
Besides the museum you can take some excursions. All the buses are environmentally friendly.
Belovezhsky Father Frost’s homestead.
The homestead’s territory is in general a landscape park with paths, pounds and bridges, different buildings and wooden sculptures.
The highest New Year Fir in Europe.
Next come open-air cages with wild animals.
There is also a long excursion through the forest.
This pine is more than 350 years old and about 30 meters in height.
The outgrowth on this birch looks like aurochs head.
The endpoint of the excursion is the Patriarch Oak
It’s more than 560 years old and 2 meters in diameter.