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Black Lake Gasienicowy

The Tatra Mountains, located at both sides of Polish and Slovak border are part of the Carpathian Mountains – huge mountain range running from Romania, through Ukraine, Slovakia and Poland. In Poland, which is mainly a lowland country, the Tatras are loved. Every season, tourists from all over Poland and abroad hike the Tatra Mountains trails. Located 100 km south from Cracow, Tatra National Park is the most visited national park in Poland with unique mountain landscape. It is created of jagged mountain peaks and ridges, steep precipices, deep valleys, glacial cirques, gullies, lakes and swift streams. The highest summit in Poland is Rysy located at the Polish and Slovak border at 2499 metres above sea level.

Copyright: Sandor Veress
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11000x5500
Taken: 14/09/2011
Uploaded: 14/09/2011
Updated: 06/01/2019


Tags: tatra mountains; tatry wysokie; czarny staw; gąsienicowy; nature; polska
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