Słowiński national park and the white wandering dunes of Łeba



Between the sea and the north bank of the lake Łebsko the field of the wandering dunes, the one impressive natural phenomenon of the Słowiński Park Narodowy, extends (Słowiński national park) are. In the extraordinary field with numerous investigations and valleys that the dune sand shaped, the remains of the late trees jut out from the enormous sand measures. They lived also once, before it<A[it|they|she]> has covered the sand with.

So the Polish poet Franciszek Fenikowski expressed the landscape in his poem:


“W dzień tu fale wzdymają się piasku,


sosny-leoene rozbitki - w nich toną,


z wydm topieli, w bezlitosnym blasku


gałęziami wołają czerwono.


One can translate the words of Franciszek Fenikowski poetically approximately so.


“On day you sink in sand waves complete,


As pine wood – “forest fragile” - that already long die.


Also they attempted the flood<A[flood|tide]> to escape.


With calls around aid - also she<A[it|she]> will die!”


The itinerant sand masses form enormous and breath-taking pictures. Seeming to be almost unrealistic the landscape fully from bizarre hills, slopes and other forms. The traces of the wild animals which live in the dunes and forests are not to be understood either. And that all on a narrow ground stripe that keeps on extending from Łeba to waistcoats, where also the western boundary of the Słowiński nature conservation park is, to Smołdzino. The unique microclimate, of the third biggest lake's of Poland - the Lake Łebsko, the dunes and flora and fauna are factors that resulted in the park being written into the book of the world biosphere protection fields by the UNESSCO in the year 1977.