Good evening everyone, i hope that you are having a lovely wednesday dispite the cold weather. Today i want to share with you details about a place that you may not know existed. Nature lovers will enjoy visiting this place.
The crooked forest is a grove of strangely shaped pine trees that can be found in the village of Nowe Czarnowo in north western Poland. The grove of 400 pine trees was planted in the village in 1930.
The pine trees bend sharply to the north then curves back upright. Some people claim that some kind of human tool or technique was used to bend the trees but it has not be proved and remains a mystery. The crooked forest is open to tourists to visit and take photographs.
Would you ever want to visit the crooked forest? Drop some comments in the comment section, thank you for reading.
Have a great evening
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