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Bory Tucholskie National Park

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Bory Tucholskie National Park (Polish: Park Narodowy "Bory Tucholskie") is a national park in Poland, created on July 1, 1996. It covers an area of 46.13 square kilometres (17.81 sq mi) of forests, lakes, meadows and peatlands. The park is in the northern part of Poland, in Chojnice County in Pomeranian Voivodeship, in the heart of the Tuchola Forest, the largest woodland in Poland. It is surrounded by a larger protected area called Zaborski Landscape Park. The park forms the core of the Tuchola Forest Biosphere Reserve, designated by UNESCO in 2010.

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Bory Tucholskie National Park
Park Narodowy Bory Tucholskie
Gacno Lake at Tuchola Forests
Park logo with Wood Grouse
Location in Poland
LocationPomeranian Voivodeship, Poland
Coordinates53°26′09″N 17°18′11″E
Area46.13 km2 (17.81 sq mi)
Established1996
Governing bodyPolish Ministry of the Environment
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