wtorek, 1 września 2015

Sensational: New Oldest Oak in Poland! Rediscovered in 2000, the "Bolesław" in Las Kołobrzeski near Ustronie Morskie Has Been Estimated at 800 Years, Dethroning the 760-year-old "Chrobry" in Piotrowice near Szprotawa!

Update: it turns out the Bolesław is even older! According to a report I've just located, it was estimated at 798 years in 2000, making it 813 years old today and the second oldest tree in Poland, ex-aequo with the Yew in Bystrzyca!

Pictures are courtesy of my old-time friend from Warsaw, Piotrek G.

More about the Bolesław Oak here.

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