Pripyatsky National Park lies in the south of Belarus. Its forests are considered the best preserved among the floodplain forests of the Pripyat and Dnieper basins. They are unique for the entire East European Plain. Its rich biodiversity includes oak forests, ash trees, small-leaved forests, black alders, willow bushes and lowland bogs.
Pictured are oak woods near the Pripyat River
Photo by Oksana Manchuk, BelTA