Bialystok is a city in north-eastern Poland is the capital of Podlaskie. Silent inhabited by 300,000 residents. It is the administrative, economic, scientific and cultural center of the region. The fact that the city is situated in the neighborhood of Belarus, Lithuania and Russia, as well as historical conditions have made it a unique city, unites all the people of different cultures, religions and nationalities. Bialystok lies in the area known as the Green Lungs of Polish. All through the green areas, which constitute up to 32% of the province, creating a unique and extremely healthy microclimate. Within Bialystok you will also find two nature reserves which are remnants Knyszyńska Forest. Due to the proximity of these reserves Bialystok was admitted to the International Network of Healthy Cities project. And three reserves in the cities are Las Zwierzyniecki, Antoniuk reserve and reserve swamp. Equally remarkable is the history of this city. Not remained without impact on its architecture, and thus the sights and above all culture.