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The '''Tatra Mountains''' or '''Tatras''' or '''Tatra'''  (in Polish and Slovak '''Tatry''', which is a plural proper noun) is a mountain range on the border of [[Poland]] and [[Slovakia]], the highest part of the [[Carpathian Mountains]].
 
The '''Tatra Mountains''' or '''Tatras''' or '''Tatra'''  (in Polish and Slovak '''Tatry''', which is a plural proper noun) is a mountain range on the border of [[Poland]] and [[Slovakia]], the highest part of the [[Carpathian Mountains]].
 
[http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Tatra_Mountains Tatra Mountains Pictures from Commons]
 
  
 
[[Image:High_Tatra.jpg|thumb|300px|The Valley of the Five Polish Lakes, High Tatras]]
 
[[Image:High_Tatra.jpg|thumb|300px|The Valley of the Five Polish Lakes, High Tatras]]

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The Tatra Mountains or Tatras or Tatra (in Polish and Slovak Tatry, which is a plural proper noun) is a mountain range on the border of Poland and Slovakia, the highest part of the Carpathian Mountains.

The Valley of the Five Polish Lakes, High Tatras

Regions

  • West Tatras (pl: Zachidnie Tatry, sk: Západné Tatry)
  • East Tatras (pl: Wyschodnie Tatry, sk: Východné Tatry ):
    • High Tatras (pl: Wysokie Tatry)
    • Belianske Tatry (pl: Bielskie Tatry)

Note: The Tatra Mountains do not include the mountain range called Low Tatras (pl: NIskie Tatry, sk: Nízke Tatry).

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Official website:

Tourist websites:

Panoramic view from the Rysy (2499m): http://merzhase.de/hightatras/rysi/

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