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The High Tatras location map

The High Tatras

The High Tatras form the northmost part of the Carpathian Mountains. It is a very small yet high mountain range at the border between Poland and Slovakia with the highest peaks above 2500m.

View: The High Tatras
Location: Lon 20.863°
Lat 49.156°
Altitude: 13 km
Direction: 276°
Camera Angle: 40°
User Rating: 2.6
Location Map:    Visible Topography
The High Tatras location map
The High Tatras

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Visitor comments:

by Pawel from Poland posted on Wed Mar 16 2011 21:34:57
Hi!\\r\\nBeautiful photo!\\r\\nbut actually your caption is wrong... on the picture there's the whole massive of Tatra Mountains, shown from south east. The first small range going into the view and slightly towards right is called Bielskie Tatras, then there is the whole High Tatras and behind it the Western Tatras. \\r\\n2500m is the height of Rysy Peak - precisely it's 1m less and the highest is Gerlach - 2650m.\\r\\nI think it might be helpful to have a look at a map to understand :)\\r\\nThanks!
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