Belovezhskaya Puscha is the largest remnant of a relict primeval plain forest with an area of 3,086 km². It is also the oldest reserve in Europe, the first written records of Belovezhskaya Pushcha are dated 983.
It is located on the border of Belarus and Poland. By decision of UNESCO included in the World Heritage List.
In Belovezhskaya Pushcha there are more than 1000 species of plants, 59 species of mammals, more than 250 species of birds. The park is famous for its ancient nominal oaks, aged 500 years. Zubr – European bison, which is an extremely rare species and a symbol of Belarus can be seen here as well.
Today it is a complex that includes forest, museum of nature, enclosures and residence of Santa Claus.