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  • 2018.14.1

    Magas-Tátra

    Lomnický štít is one of the highest and most visited mountain peaks in the High Tatras mountains of Slovakia. Connected by cable car to Tatranská Lomnica, its summit is 2634 metres above sea level, making it the second highest peak in the High Tatras after Gerlachovský štít (2654 m).

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    Magas-Tátra, Tengerszem-csúcs - 1905

    Hohe Tatra

    Rysy is a mountain in the crest of the High Tatras, eastern part of the Tatra Mountains, lying on the border between Poland and Slovakia. Rysy has three summits: the middle at 2,503 m (8,212 ft); the north-western at 2,499 m (8,199 ft); and the south-eastern at 2,473 m (8,114 ft). The north-western summit is the highest point of Poland and belongs to the Crown of Polish Mountains; the other two summits are on the Slovak side of the border.

    The High Tatras or High Tatra Mountains (Slovak: Vysoké Tatry), are a mountain range along the border of northern Slovakia in the Prešov Region, and southern Poland in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship. They are a range of the Tatra Mountains chain.

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    Tátra, Csorba-tó 1913-ban

    Csorba-lake with cog-railway in High-Tátra. Štrbské pleso (Hungarian: Csorbató or Csorba-tó) is a picturesque mountain lake of glacial origin and a top tourist destination in the High Tatras, Slovakia. It is the second-largest glacial lake on the Slovak side of the High Tatras, after Veľké Hincovo pleso. Maximum depth is 20 metres (66 ft).

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    A Magas-Tátra, Csorba-tó a fogaskerekű vasúttal

    Csorba-lake with cog-railway in High-Tátra. Štrbské pleso (Hungarian: Csorbató or Csorba-tó) is a picturesque mountain lake of glacial origin and a top tourist destination in the High Tatras, Slovakia. It is the second-largest glacial lake on the Slovak side of the High Tatras, after Veľké Hincovo pleso. Maximum depth is 20 metres (66 ft).