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Morskie Oko,Tatra
Poland

The Eye of the Sea.

Morskie Oko is arguably the most beautiful of the Tatra lakes, and it is certainly the largest. It covers about 35 hectares in all, stretching some 860 metres in length, and 566 in breadth. The lake is entered through a small pass, and once inside, you are entirely surrounded by the mountains. It is very much as if you are in a huge crater, and hence the name, the eye of the sea.

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Copyright: Sandor Veress
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Uploaded: 13/07/2009
Updated: 21/02/2012
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