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There are assumptions that the bog is a relic of the Ice Age, and its age was estimated at 7,600 years. The charm of this place was appreciated as early as 1919, when a nature reserve was established here – one of the first in Germany. In the interwar period, it was extended by building wooden piers and observation towers.
The peat bog near Zieleniec is located in the Bystrzyckie Mountains (at an altitude of about 760 m above sea level) on the European watershed. The Bystrzyca Dusznicka River leads to the Baltic Sea, and the Dzika Orlica River to the North Sea.
The charm of this place was appreciated as early as 1919, when a nature reserve (one of the first in Germany) with an area of 85 ha was established. In the interwar period, it was extended by building wooden piers and observation towers, and in 1954 the reserve had already 160 ha. There are assumptions that the bog is a relic of the Ice Age, and its age was estimated at 7,600 years.
The bog complex consists of three parts: northern, central and southern. The northern part has the form of an uplifted dome and the character of a raised bog. The middle one is a raised bog on the western side, and a transitional bog on the eastern side. The first two are the Topielisko wilderness. The third part of the complex is Black Marsh – a transitional peat bog. The thickness of peat exceeds 8 m in some places. The base of the bog is made of impervious rocks (marls and sandstones set on gneisses), the topography is almost horizontal. The spring streams of Dzika Orlica flow out from the vicinity of the peat bog. The water flowing through the reserve is dark red in color. Rich peat bog vegetation grows in the clumps separated by ponds.
How to get to:
Wrocław-Torfowisko near Zieleniec;
PKS, Route: Route 5 (8, E67), Route 8 (E67), Route 389; 120.1 km
Commune: Duszniki Zdrój
Starostwo Powiatowe (County Office) Okrzei str. no. 1, 57-300 Kłodzko
tel. +48 74 8657511, +48 74 8657523, fax: +48 74 8673232
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