Izerskie Peat Bog Natural Reserve
Izerskie Peat Bog Natural Reserve (in Polish: Rezerwat Przyrody "Torfowisko Izerskie") is a strict natural reserve created in 1969 over an area of 44.74 ha. The existing series of transitional moors and soligenous mires (of the hanging type) were formed as a result of plentiful rainfall and water stagnation. It is also one of the richest sites of dwarf birch (Betula nana) and is abundant in species of Sphagnopsida.
ul. 11 Listopada 35,
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