On the eastern Polish border with Belarus extends the oldest Polish forest. Created here in Poland, the oldest national park and nature reserve protection of zubr. Within the forest are areas of strict protection where the forest grows for centuries without human intervention. Forest over the years was the area of your usage by Polish kings hunted here, relax, they are hidden. The first hunt took King Wladyslaw Jagiello in 1409 before winning the great battle of Grunwald against the Teutonic Order in 1410. Then in the forest kings supplied the meat for the troops Polish and Lithuanian. And then successive rulers visited the forest and hunted zubr. Many of them left behind a souvenir: planted oak. These oaks are tens (over 20) and they grow in the wilderness of 350-450 years. Some are already in poor condition, the other in a very good condition. At each oak there is a label with the description that the ruler and when he was here. For example King Sigismund Augustus with Barbara Radziwill or Alexander Jagiello, who stayed in the forest for 223 days (!). Another king took refuge in the forest before prevailing plague. A beautiful trail leads us from oak to oak forest to know the history of forest and Polish history.