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Biala Woda Nature Reserve
Slovakia

Biala Woda (White Water) Nature Reserve founded in 1963, which covers an area of ​​33.7 hectares. It stretches in the valley of the brook of the same name - about 2 miles east of the Jaworki. It is ideal for walking and leisure. Well prepared trail hiking and biking (off of traffic), numerous benches, where you can sit back and relax while enjoying the beauty of the surrounding nature, bridges and information boards are just some of the features that were created so that everyone could spend time here through contact with real nature.

The White Water Valley, there was once a large estate Szlachtowskich Ruthenians. It was from here came wandering tinkers in southern Poland, who repaired the broken clay pots. Remnants of the former building of the valley are, among others preserved fruit trees and even in some places, foundations of houses. In turn, the road we see so often perpetuated Chapel of the photographers, ending remarkable wooden onion.

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Tags: biala woda; nature reserve; nature; reserve; poland; landscape; pieniny; male pieniny; outdoors; tree; polska
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