Niebieskie Zrodla Nature Reserve, Tomaszow Mazowiecki

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The Niebieskie Źródła Nature Reserve, or Blue Springs in English, is a nature reserve in Poland in the city of Tomaszów Mazowiecki. It is famous for two pools fed by an underground spring which seem to "shimmer" or "ripple" at the bottom due to the action of entering water. The reserve gets its name from the unusual colour of the water. Spring water absorbs red waves, hence the light, reflected from the bottom, has blue-green colour.

The reserve lies next to the Pilica river and is right next to the Open-air museum of Pilica river. The reserve is home to 75 different species of birds.
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  • The reserve has the scale of an urban park at most, but it definitely on the "uncivilized" nature side. There are several places where one can experience truly postcard views. Convenient parking for.....  more »
  • Visited last year and had a great time. Place is taken care of but not manicured. Convenient parking lot near by. Great place to take a walk with the family and take some pictures. Amazing geological....  more »
  • On my opinion it is one of the best places in Tomaszów to visit with family. The peace and quiet around us which could make our trip very successful :)  more »
  • Gorgeous! So beautiful place!
  • Stunning place, like in fairytale.
  • Nice park in Tomaszów. Good for an afternoon stroll
  • The Blue Springs (Niebieskie Źródła) nature reserve in Tomaszów Mazowiecki, central Poland is a unique place known for its outstanding natural beauty. The carstic springs occurred naturally as a result of geological processes involving water coming from underground and bubbling forth to the surface through layers of limestone and other sedimentary materials dating back to jurassic period. The reserve derives its name from the unusual colour of the water. Spring water absorbs red waves, hence the light, reflected from the bottom, has intense blue-green colour. It also depnds on time of the day and the altitude of the sun. The Blue Springs are home to hundreds of spieces of birds and other small species of animals. This is a place of unusual peace and serenity. I really loved it and would recommend everyone to come and see it for themesleves. You will not be disappointed.
  • Good place for walking, running and nature watching. Well preserved.

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