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Tricity Landscape Park

Tricity Landscape Park (TPK – Trójmiejski Park Krajobrazowy) was created in 1979, covering an area of around 20 thousands ha. The Park is a protected area with regard to its historical, natural and cultural values.

After taking tram number 10 to PKM brętowo – this particular line’s final stop – my wife and I walked in a westerly direction, reaching Potokowa Street in the neighbourhood of Matemblowo. 

At the end of Potokowa Street, upon entrance to the Park, you will see a sign reading: Rezerwat przyrody Dolina Strzyży. This translates to “The Strzyża Valley Nature Reserve”. Strzyża is actually one of the quarters of Gdańsk, named after a creek. 

A visit to this part of the Tricity Landscape Park may be combined with a stroll around the nearby Jasień Reservoir and Staw Wróbla Lake. Residents of Alfa Park, a housing estate which borders the landscape park, are really spoilt for choice when it comes to getting out in the fresh air.

The pictures below are from the south-eastern portion of the Tricity Landscape Park, stretching from Potokowa Street to the southern tip of the Park near Gdańsk Jasień railway station. 

Tricity Landscape Park
Tricity Landscape Park
trójmiejski park krajobrazowy
Sublime nature
The mighty Strzyża
Jasień stream

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