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Slovenia is a land of forests. They cover about 60% of the surface, which means that almost every Slovenian village is located near the forest. In the distant past, forests covered almost the entire territory of Slovenia to a height of around 1,800 m. Once the first inhabitants have settled, only t

Slovenia is a land of forests. They cover about 60% of the surface, which means that almost every Slovenian village is located near the forest. In the distant past, forests covered almost the entire territory of Slovenia to a height of around 1,800 m. Once the first inhabitants have settled, only t

Slovenia is a land of forests. They cover about 60% of the surface, which means that almost every Slovenian village is located near the forest. In the distant past, forests covered almost the entire territory of Slovenia to a height of around 1,800 m. Once the first inhabitants have settled, only t

Slovenia is a land of forests. They cover about 60% of the surface, which means that almost every Slovenian village is located near the forest. In the distant past, forests covered almost the entire territory of Slovenia to a height of around 1,800 m. Once the first inhabitants have settled, only t

Kilian Schönberger photography, Hallebros forest, Bois de Hal, bluebell forest in Belgium, Bart Ceuppens, Walter Spoor, Jimmy De Taeye, Gvriend, protected species, landscape photography

Kilian Schönberger photography, Hallebros forest, Bois de Hal, bluebell forest in Belgium, Bart Ceuppens, Walter Spoor, Jimmy De Taeye, Gvriend, protected species, landscape photography

bluebell forest We want to visit Belgium - not for the chocolate, but to see this fairytale forest that turns into a mesmerizing sea of blue flowers every year. Located just outside of Brussels, Hallebros, also known as Bois de Hal in French, the 552-hectare forest is consumed by a thick layer of bluebell flowers sometime during April or May. Kilian Schönberger, a German landscape photographer, recently captured some stunning images of the spectacle.

bluebell forest We want to visit Belgium - not for the chocolate, but to see this fairytale forest that turns into a mesmerizing sea of blue flowers every year. Located just outside of Brussels, Hallebros, also known as Bois de Hal in French, the 552-hectare forest is consumed by a thick layer of bluebell flowers sometime during April or May. Kilian Schönberger, a German landscape photographer, recently captured some stunning images of the spectacle.

wildlifenaturalwonders:  Wildlife Experience  Pacific sideband Snail, Bremerton, Washington   via Tumblr

wildlifenaturalwonders: Wildlife Experience Pacific sideband Snail, Bremerton, Washington via Tumblr

Welcome to The Hoia-Baciu Forest, one of the world's most haunted forests out there. The forest covers over 730 acres and is known as the Bermuda Triangle of the country. If that doesn't make you not want to visit there, some more of these creepy facts might deter you even more.

Welcome to The Hoia-Baciu Forest, one of the world's most haunted forests out there. The forest covers over 730 acres and is known as the Bermuda Triangle of the country. If that doesn't make you not want to visit there, some more of these creepy facts might deter you even more.

Slovenia is a land of forests. They cover about 60% of the surface, which means that almost every Slovenian village is located near the forest. In the distant past, forests covered almost the entire territory of Slovenia to a height of around 1,800 m. Once the first inhabitants have settled, only t

Slovenia is a land of forests. They cover about 60% of the surface, which means that almost every Slovenian village is located near the forest. In the distant past, forests covered almost the entire territory of Slovenia to a height of around 1,800 m. Once the first inhabitants have settled, only t

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