This stand of bent pine trees known as the Crooked Forest is located outside of Nowe Czarnowo, West Pomerania, Poland

Pomerania is a historical region on the south shore of the Baltic Sea. Divided between Germany and Poland, it stretches roughly from the Recknitz River near Stralsund in the West, via the Oder River delta near Szczecin, to the mouth of the Vistula River near Gdańsk in the East. Pomerania was strongly affected by 20th century, post–World War I and II border and population shifts. Pomerania belongs to the lowlands of the North European Plain.

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