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Belianske Tatras ( Polish: Tatry Bielskie) this mountain range in Eastern Tatras, in the whole situated on Slovakia. In straight line they have 12 kilometers of length. Built almost exclusively from sedimentary rocks: limestones, marls and dolomites. Numerous karsic phenomena characterize this place.

On my spring picture made from border of Poland and Slovakia, somewhere in neighbourhood of village Jurgow, you can see the most important tops of this range.
From left: Placzliwa Skala 2142 meters, Hawran (they looks like pyramid :) 2152 m, Nowy Wierch 1999m, Muran 1890m.
Peaks are not accessible for tourists to protect the rare animals and plants.

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Additional Photos by Maciej Kolber (xkolba) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 244 W: 67 N: 90] (596)
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