Zahrada zubru v Pszczyna
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Zahrada zubru v Pszczyna

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Only a few hundred meters from the Old Town you can meet..a bison!Such an opportunity has arisen by visiting the Bison Center, which was set up in the historic part of the Park, called 'Zwierzyniec'. On almost 10ha, 2 pens were built with whole infrastucture such as quarantine pen and feed magazines. The animals can be seen from the scenic platform on which a disabled person can get by using a special lift. In the Bison Center you can also see other animals : deers, fallow deers, roe deers,moufflons, and many kinds of birds. Inside the Educational Building there is a variety of exhibitions, also a 3d film about the history of Pszczyna's bisons.

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