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The oldest oak of Europe
The miracle of nature, that is protected for decades.

The 1000-year-old oak bad Blumau, also called from the locals “die dicke oachn” (the big oak) means to be the oldest oak of Europe. The oak is situated in the middle of Bad Blumau a styrian town (Austria). Precisely at Eichenweg between Bierbaum an der Safen and Loimeht.

Trunk: ca 2m diameter, treetop diameter: ca 50m, height: ca 30m

The oldest oak of Europe
8283 Bad Blumau 113
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