The remains of the most famous BNP beekeeping pine, which
fell down under its own weight in 2005. In the tree there used
to be two wild beehives and at its trunk base there was a
"burnt-out hollow" -from which a forest beekeper was taking pieces of pinewood.
These pieces, while burning, were used to intoxicate bees.
The pine(actually its remains at the moment) is the highlight
for tourist groups visiting the BNP.