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12 - The High Tatras, part II

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After first update about the area of High Tatras, let's continue further. The High Tatras, as said before, is one of the most visited and popular areas in Slovakia, with beautiful mountainous nature and landscape. But first, the replies.

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There are also located large ski resorts Stary Smokovec and Tatranska Lomnica. Lomnica is the larger and more visited one, and is also located on the mountainside of magnificent Mount Lomnica, second highest peak of High Tatras.

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In the entire High Tatras, there are located many mountain lakes, what were created by glaciers at the end of last Ice Age. Areas near them are very visited, Strbske Pleso is also one of them. They have incredibly clear water and they are often frozen in winter.

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Eastern part of High Tatras is lower than central part, and also less visited one. But there are still many beautiful landscapes and areas, mainly in winter.

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On the far east of High Tatras, where it meets lower areas in Orave, are located many valleys, mixed and deciduous forests, and also many beautiful streams and river springs.

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And finally, real life image of the magnificent rocky and icy mountains of the High Tatras.

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Hope you enjoyed this update!

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Another beautiful update!! Very inspiring!

Love the second picture, such patience you must have for placing all those rocks, paths and plants.

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