It is one of the tops of the Crown of Polish Mountains. In 1987, a 7m cross and a plaque were placed on the top of Tarnica to commemorate the visit of rev. Karol Wojtyła on 5 August 1953. When it broke in spring 2000, on 2 September, a new steel cross was installed (ca 8.5 m, and 500 kg). Tarnica is the most attractive viewpoint in the Polish range of Bieszczady. It offers a spectacular panorama of the near- est peaks of the Polish part of the Bieszczady: with clear sky we can see the Tatras, Gorgany, Mount Ostra Hora, and Polonina Równa.