Ośno Lubuskie

A special characteristic of this moor is the frequency of moor eyes. These are cracks that form in the moor and then run full of water. They arise because the moor is in motion.
Nowhere else in Central Europe can you find so many bog eyes as here.
The largest has an area of almost 500 square meters and is about 2.5 meters deep.
A total of 23 information boards have been set up along the footbridge, providing the visitor with everything worth knowing about this habitat piece by piece during the tour.
Since its redesign in 2011, it has been especially designed for children and young people. In general, the whole moor is suitable for schoolchildren.

A special characteristic of this moor is the frequency of moor eyes. These are cracks that form in the moor and then run full of water. They arise because the moor is in motion.
Nowhere else in Central Europe can you find so many bog eyes as here.
The largest has an area of almost 500 square meters and is about 2.5 meters deep.
A total of 23 information boards have been set up along the footbridge, providing the visitor with everything worth knowing about this habitat piece by piece during the tour.
Since its redesign in 2011, it has been especially designed for children and young people. In general, the whole moor is suitable for schoolchildren.

A special characteristic of this moor is the frequency of moor eyes. These are cracks that form in the moor and then run full of water. They arise because the moor is in motion.
Nowhere else in Central Europe can you find so many bog eyes as here.
The largest has an area of almost 500 square meters and is about 2.5 meters deep.
A total of 23 information boards have been set up along the footbridge, providing the visitor with everything worth knowing about this habitat piece by piece during the tour.
Since its redesign in 2011, it has been especially designed for children and young people. In general, the whole moor is suitable for schoolchildren.

A special characteristic of this moor is the frequency of moor eyes. These are cracks that form in the moor and then run full of water. They arise because the moor is in motion.
Nowhere else in Central Europe can you find so many bog eyes as here.
The largest has an area of almost 500 square meters and is about 2.5 meters deep.
A total of 23 information boards have been set up along the footbridge, providing the visitor with everything worth knowing about this habitat piece by piece during the tour.
Since its redesign in 2011, it has been especially designed for children and young people. In general, the whole moor is suitable for schoolchildren.

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