Forest lungs in Czech Republic

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Ancient forests are the lungs of the planet, absorbing vast amounts of carbon dioxide and breathing out oxygen for life.

They’re also our richest repository of biodiversity, home to more than half of all known species worldwide.

Stunning legend! 820 years old linden tree in the Czech Republic.

The linden tree, also known as lime or basswood, is the national tree of the Czech Republic.

The tree has historical and cultural significance and is considered a symbol of Czech culture and tradition.

The linden tree is famous for its fragrant flowers and shady properties, and can often be seen in public spaces in villages and cities.

The tree not only has environmental significance but is also an important part of the Czech Republic’s national identity.

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