European Tree of the Year 2020

 

We are searching for trees with the most interesting stories

Who are the winners?

 

For ten years we have been searching for trees with the most interesting stories.

The votes for the European Tree of the Year 2020 are in!

The winners are:


1 - Guardian of the Flooded Village, Czech Republic
2 - Ginkgo from Daruvar, Republic of Croatia
3 - Lonely Poplar, Russian Federation

Congratulations!

We look forward to your participation next year.

Check out this year's announcement

 

Finalists of the European Tree of the Year 2020

 

National contest winners

Guardian of the Flooded Village
 
Czech Republic
 
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Ginkgo from Daruvar
 
Republic of Croatia
 
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2nd place 
Lonely Poplar
 
Russian Federation
 
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3rd place 
The Witch Tree
 
The Netherlands
 
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4th place 
Multisecular Fir Tree - Guardian of Cibin
 
Romania
 
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5th place 
The Chestnut Tree from Vales
 
Portugal
 
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6th place 
The Allerton Oak
 
United Kingdom
 
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7th place 
The Freedom Tree in Kaposvár
 
Hungary
 
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8th place 
The Three-Legged Spanish Oak
 
Spain
 
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9th place 
Precious Sorb Tree
 
Slovakia
 
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10th place 
The Multisecular Beech of Saint-Jammes
 
France
 
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11th place 
Elderberry Tree
 
Poland
 
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12th place 
Witch’s Yew Tree
 
Ireland
 
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13th place 
The Venerable Oak in Novo Selo Village
 
Bulgaria
 
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14th place 
The Tree of Freedom
 
Belgium
 
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15th place 
Oak Vallonea of Tricase
 
Italy
 
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16th place 
 

Every year, the European Tree of the Year voting brings

 
200 thousand people more aware of nature
 
attention and care for 16 trees
 
16 local communities united by one cause
 
16 countries proud of their natural heritage
 
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