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High Tatra

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(Placename) another name for the Tatra Mountains
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Defying their name, the new cross-country skiing tracks appear not just in mountain resorts but also in cities and towns at the foot of the High Tatras including re-purposed stadia or cycling paths.
was the demanding comment of an old friend on a photo I had posted on Facebook of myself having fun in the snow up in the High Tatras.
THE HIGH TATRA MOUNTAINS With 25 peaks of more than 2,500m, the High Tatras are a mountainous paradise.
DELIGHTFUL Sunrise over a lake in the High Tatras park in Slovakia
Local Mechanical Properties (2014: High Tatras, Slovak Republic) Edited by Alexandra Kovalcikova and Frantisek Lofaj
the High Tatras Departs Jun 9 & Aug 11 Two of Poland's most spectacular sites, Krakow and Zakopane, are brought together in this holiday of contrasts.
People of Latvia, the Baltic region, Scandinavia, Russia and CIS will have an opportunity to access the beautiful region of High Tatras, a low cost alternative of the Alps.
4 Pharrell Williams -- HAPPY (We are from HIGH TATRAS SLOVAKIA) From the other side of the world, this video features the snowy planes of Slovakia that are just one of the many attractions the country boasts of.
International Conference Industrial, Service and Humanoid Robotics (ROBTEP 2012) (2012: High Tatras, Slovakia) Ed.
Bear-spotting is on the agenda on a wildlife adventure exploring the High Tatras National Park in Slovakia.
But after a hard day's skiing in Slovakia's HIGH TATRAS mountains it was absolute bliss.
Price includes: Return direct flights from Liverpool & Manchester - 7 nights accommodation (5 HB in San Remo, 2 B&B on the C'te d'Azur) - Visits to Dolceacqua and Monte Carlo - Alpine Rail Journey - Services of a tour representative Krakow, Zakopane and the High Tatras 5, 28 June, 4, 20 September 2011 This two centre holiday offers a wonderful contrast: firstly the medieval university city of Krakow, home town of Chopin and Pope John Paul II.

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