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THE ALPS
The Alps constitute a unified name for the greatest mountain system of Europe, extending from the east of Austria through Slovenia, Italy, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Germany to the west of France. The Alps` highest peak is the Mont Blanc at 4808 meters on the border between France and Italy. The Alps are divided into three sections... 
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THE DOLOMITES
The Dolomites are a part of the Alps situated in South Tyrol (Italy) and stretching from the Brenner Pass to the Monte Croce Pass, south of the Pusterthal. Their highest peak is Marmolada that measures 3344 meters. However, the whole Dolomites region is an extensive range of impressively jagged peaks. This zone lies nearby the Austrian frontier and.... 
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THE HIGHLANDS
Where can you find such attractions as fabulous and spectacular mountains, impressive glens and mirror-like lochs? In the Scottish Highlands, of course! They are situated in the northwest part of Scotland and they are formed by mountain ranges of sandstone and granite. The wilderness and high peaks are the cards of this region... 
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THE PYRENEES
The Pyrenees are a range of mountains in the southwest of Europe that form a natural border between France and Spain. They separate the Iberian Peninsula from France and spread for about 430 km from the Bay of Biscay to Cap de Creus on the Mediterranean Sea.. The Pyrenees are divided into three sections... 
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THE TATRAS
The Tatra Mountains constitute the highest mountain range of the Carpathian Mountains that spreads out across the territory of Poland (with the Rysy Peak) and Slovakia (with the Gerlachovsky Stit). The Tatras consist of three parts: the High Tatras, the Western Tatras and the Bielskie Tatras. The former part is characterized by steep peaks whereas the latter ones offer romantic panoramas and pine forests. The most popular ski resort of the Tatras is Zakopane, which offers numerous opportunities of active rest. The town, as the centre of winter sports in Poland, features runs for experienced skiers as well as slopes for beginners. Zakopane offers also entertainment of every kind- inns, restaurants, cafes, nightclubs, shops and art galleries, which one can visit after the whole day of skiing.

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