Pieniny National Park (Slovakia)
|Pieniny National Park
Pieninský národný park
|Area||37.5 km² (14.48 mi²)|
|Established||16 January 1967|
|Governing body||Správa PIENAP-u in Červený Kláštor|
Pieniny National Park (Slovak: Pieninský národný park; abbr. PIENAP) is a national park in northern Slovakia. The park is located in the eastern Pieniny Mountains on the border with Poland. It is the smallest national park in Slovakia with an area of 37.5 km² (14.48 mi²) and its buffer zone covers an area of 224.44 km² (86.66 mi²).
It is famous for its natural beauty, especially the Dunajec River Gorge, which is a popular rafting and hiking location. The park offers traditional folklore and architecture, especially the village of Červený Kláštor with the Museum of National Culture.
- Pieniny National Park (Poland) - national park on the Polish side of the mountains
- Protected areas of Slovakia
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