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  • The Observation Tower at the Marina in Charzykowy
  • The Marina in Charzykowy
  • The Interior of the Annunciation Church in Chojnice
  • The Old Market Square in Chojnice – a View to the Town Hall, the Annunciation Church and the Basilica
  • The Mechanical Auroch at the Człuchowska Tower
  • Lake Jeleń in the Tuchola Woods National Park
  • The Virgin at the Fountain in the Old Market Square in Chojnice
  • A Clearing at the Historic Oak "Bartuś"
  • Canoes in Swornegacie
  • The Steering Wheel over the Entrance to the Tavern in Małe Swornegacie
  • The Entrance to the Minor Basilica in Chojnice
  • The Didactic Path over Lake Jeleń in the Tuchola Woods National Park
  • Winter in the Tuchola Woods
  • A Hut in Nierostowo in Winter
  • Konarzyny in Winter
  • Winter in the Tuchola Woods
  • The Street Theatre Festival – "Chojnice Fiesta"
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Zaborski Landscape Park and "Bory Tucholskie" National Park

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For the protection of the most valuable part of Bory Tucholskie, Zaborski Landscape Park was created in the community of Chojnice in 1990. Its rarities include a varied terrain, peatbogs in the middle of the forests, plenty of moss, lichen and post-glacial lakes. There is a picturesque kayak route on the Brda River and adjoining lakes. To the east of Lake Charzykowskie there is the “Bory Tucholskie” National Park, created in 1996 from the most valuable parts of Zaborski Landscape Park. The total area of the Park is 11.857 acres. Its central part is the so-called “Seven Lakes Stream” or a row of beautiful tunnel-valley lakes: Ostrowite, Zielone, Jeleń, Bełczak, Główka, Płęsno, Skrzynka, Mielnica. Particularly precious are the lobelia lakes which take their name from a rare water plant, lobelia dortmanna. The lakes are known for crystal clear water. The dominating ecosystem in the park are pine forests. Also, great areas are covered by subcontinental lichen pine forests with many a rare species of lichen. The most precious species of birds include: crane, eagle owl, erne, northern golden-eye and kingfisher. As for mammals – 8 species of bats, beavers and otters. The quality of nature and landscape of Bory Tucholskie has contributed to the nomination for a World Biosphere Reservation.



Wszystkie prawa zastrzeżone. Promocja Regionu Chojnickiego sp z o.o. 2019. Realizacja serwisu: R-net.