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Slovak Republic, Tatra National Park, High Tatras : Stock Photo
Rysy Trail. Tatra National Park covers 795 sq km, it was Czechoslovakia's first National Park,formed in 1949. The Tatras mountains are Slovakia's biggest attraction for foreign tourists

Slovak Republic, Tatra National Park, High Tatras

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Rysy Trail. Tatra National Park covers 795 sq km, it was Czechoslovakia's first National Park,formed in 1949. The Tatras mountains are Slovakia's biggest attraction for foreign tourists
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