6,000 years ago a forest enveloped the central plain of Europe, from the Carpathians to the Baltic Sea. Today, only a small area remains intact.
The National Park of Bialowieza, a Unesco World Heritage Site, protects 163,000 hectares of what is a direct descendant of this prehistoric forest. Here, nothing has changed. The fauna and the flora live in perfect balance like always. Men decided to leave this haven of peace to bison, deer, roes, wolves and trees without interfering.