Bieszczady Mountains belong to the Carpathian Mountains range. Bieszczady occupy parts of Poland, Slovakia and Ukraine. The highest peak in Poland is Tarnica (1350 m). Bieszczady are famous for wide meadows and grassy alms where unique animals can be found, such as bears, wolves, lynx and wild cats. The Bieszczady National Park is a part of UNESCO East Carpathian Biosphere Reserve since 1992. An important element of the landscape are the remnants of Lemkos and Boyko settlements.