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Bialowieza, "Royal Oak Trail" - Oak Gediminas
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Bialowieza "Royal Oak Trail", Oak Gediminas circumference 514 cm, height 27 m, Grand Duke Gediminas of Lithuania ruled the Forest of 1326, according to legend, was built in the castle and decorated it with white tower of the trunks of pine, hewn into whiteness. It is believed that the tower comes from the name of the Bialowieza Forest.

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