Due to the fact that the park area cannot be built up, the sky above it remains free from artificial light

Starry-Sky Park 'Bieszczady'

e-mail: poczta@gwiezdnebieszczady.pl



On a moonless night you will see about 7,000 stars there. Even in poorly lit rural areas one can see three times fewer of them. The Milky Way, stretching from one side to the other, will also be a feast for the eyes.


The park is located in the East Carpathian International Biosphere Reserve. It is the largest area of ​​protected sky in Poland and the second largest in Europe. Astronomical shows and various workshops on this subject take place there.



Photo: Marcel Dezor