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Winnie the Pooh’s forest is actually in England and attracts a lot of tourists!  |  Enjoying nature

Winnie the Pooh’s forest is actually in England and attracts a lot of tourists! | Enjoying nature

Adventures Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends, originally written by AA MilneIt takes place in an enchanted forest that not many people know exists in reality. Ashdown Forest, UK.

Located in the county of East Sussex in South East England, this forest is actually a biome of rare plants with some pine and oak groves. Although the South East of England is one of the most densely populated regions in Europe, it remains a place full of nature.

The magical territory is full of extraordinary wildlife and has been classified as a Special Conservation Zone due to the birds and butterflies that live there.

For a long time the forest supplied England’s demand for timber and today consists of only a few woodlands – Photo: Simon Carey/Wikimedia Commons/Creative Commons

favorite bridge potbellied bear, where characters are shown throwing sticks into a river, survives at least in replica. Built in 1907, the tree rotted in 1999 and had to be restored.

The author of the stories liked this bridge near his home – Photo: Marathon/Wikimedia Commons/Creative Commons

Since Victorian times, the forest has attracted townspeople seeking spiritual upliftment, including Pooh’s teacher. AA Milne House, Catchford Farm, Available for rent on Airbnb with six bedrooms. Guests can even sleep in the room of Christopher Robin, son of the author who inspired the children’s story of the same name.

The author’s house is available for rent on Airbnb – Photo: Airbnb / Reproduction

In the forest, fans can stay in the tree house that appears in the animation, recreated by the original illustrator of the Disney-produced map. However, residence is not available on the platform at the moment.

A house based on Winnie the Pooh drawings was recreated by the original designer and briefly rented out by Airbnb – Photo: Airbnb / Reproduction
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