Rogalin Landscape Park
Rogalin Landscape Park
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Malgorzata
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019
The Rogaliński Landscape Park was created in 1997. It covers an area of ​​127.5 square kilometers and lies in the Warta valley south of Poznan, between Puszczykowo, Mosina and Srem . The park was created to protect one of Europe's largest clusters of centuries-old pedunculate oaks growing in the area. The records include 1,450 oak trees, of which 860 have been recognized as nature monuments. The most famous of them grow in the palace park. There are also many rare, endangered and protected plant species in the Park. In the forests, which cover almost half of the Park's surface, large game mammals live - deer, roe deer and wild boars, otters and beavers can be found here. There are also reptiles - sand lizard and zig-zag viper. However, the most numerous are birds , about 220 species. Really beautiful and interesting place. Rogalin is a wonderful place for walks. A pleasant park, silence, birdsong and these beautiful oaks.
Written 11 May 2020
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Gerson van Luijk
Rotterdam, The Netherlands406 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019 • Family
I am not sure wether the garden of the palace is also part of the landscape park, but I would say "yes". The famous three trees Rus, Czech and Lech are here and make us wonder about the impressiveness of nature. A shame that no-one looks back at the poor Scech, because it seemed to have died. Many other really nice forests around and worth a quiet walk or stroll.
Written 23 April 2019
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