Radomice nature reserve

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Radomice nature reserve

Radomice nature reserve

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50.74041, 20.65397
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A nature reserve with an area of 27.15 ha, covering a forest complex with the largest natural site of common yew in the Małopolska Upland. Approximately 400 specimens of this tree grow in the reserve, including 50 in woody form. The reserve is located on the territory of the Morawica commune in a picturesque watery river valley overgrown with forest communities, in which mainly consist of spruce, ash, oak, aspen, fir and artificially introduced alder and pine. The meadow fragments of the reserve are characterised by the presence of numerous protected plant species, i.a.8 species of orchids and mezereum. Due to the presence of yew in the reserve, it is interesting to note that due to its resistance to decay, resilience and durability, it was formerly used for making bows, crossbows and also Danzig closets.  The “Świętokrzyscy indianie” (“Holy Cross Mountains Indians”) cycling trail runs near the reserve, and the green Chęciny-Daleszyce tourist trail runs north of it.

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