Do you know which place in the High Tatras is the most visited?

Tourists have been counted in Slovakia's highest mountains.

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The most visited place in the High Tatras has changed. Last year, it was Poprad mountain lake, this year, it is Hrebienok, the results of the tourist count in the High Tatras National Park showed.

The tally took place on August 6. As Martina Petránová, spokesperson for the State Forest of TANAP informed, there were 18,624 tourists in the mountains that day.

Tourists from Egypt

Read alsoRysy: a peak full of hikers in the High Tatras. Read more 

Among the mountain peaks, Kriváň and Rysy were among those closely watched. As tradition has it, Rysy won.

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