Sunday, 17 February 2013


The Bieszczady Mountains, part of the Carpathian Mountains, are located in the southeast end of Poland. They still have their original natural charm. 
For centuries, the Bieszczady region was part of a national, cultural and religious border. The turbulent history has left many precious relics of the past. Famous for their unique architecture, the Orthodox churches have now become an integral part of the region’s landscape and culture.
Photographic opportunities include wooden churches, meadows, mountains and forest, old ruins and gentle mountain horses; huculs.  

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