On 23 March 2016 class IIB set off on a one-day trip to the National Park of Kampinos. We participated in a workshop devoted to the historical and present state of the park. We learned many interesting facts about the park. It is the only park in central Poland and the place where you can see unique inland dunes and a big area of marshland. There are more than 220 endangered animal species such as the elk, lynx, viper, owl, black swan, etc. and many plant species which are also under protection. Nowadays the Kampinos Park plays a role of the lungs for Warsaw, is the place of recreation and fun. People enjoy their free time walking and cycling. It is also the place where you can visit Education Centre and take part in workshops and see the local Museum of Natural History.
Below you can see us in photos during our trip to Kampinos.