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Skalnaté Pleso
Slovakia

Skalnaté pleso je morénové pleso ve Vysokých Tatrách na Slovensku v nejnižším místě Skalnaté doliny.Západně od plesa se zvedá Lomnický hřeben zakončený Lomnickým štítem. Východně od štítu je Skalnatá dolina zakončená Vidlovým hřebenem s Kežmarským a Huncovským štítem. Poblíž plesa leží mezistanice kabinové lanovky na Lomnický štít, sedačková lanovka do Lomnického sedla, observatoř Astronomického ústavu SAV, Hotel Encián, Skalnatá chata a stanice horské služby.

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