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Hidden in the heart of the largest virgin beech forest of Europe - the Uholka-Shirokyi Luh massif, being a UNESCO's World Natural Heritage, this karst bridge is nowadays accessible via the Mala Uholka hiking trail, starting in Kicherely village - page 11-15. This huge stone bridge is a real natural wonder created through karst-forming processes. In 1552 ambassadors of Ivan the Terrible - the Russian Czar - went out of their way to visit this Uholka's special landmark.
Primeval Beech Forests of the Carpathians
Carpathian Biosphere Reserve