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Zakopane is the highest town in Poland: the urban portion extends from 750 to 1000 m above sea level.
A part of the Tatra Mountains is still in the administrative borders of Zakopane (the highest point of which is the apeex of Swinica - 2301 m) and Gubalowka (1120 m). The highest place of work in Poland is a meteorological observatory on Kasprowy Peak - 1985 m above sea level.

The focal point of Zakopane - Street intersection. Krupówki and Kosciuszko lies at an altitude of 838 m above sea level. For over a hundred years Zakopane, plays a significant role on the map of Polish culture. It is a place visited by the most outstanding writers, artists, musicians and journalists to rest and to create here.

Since the late nineteenth century Tatras - the highest mountains in this part of Europe, and the highlanders of Podhale folk culture exerted great influence on the culture nationwide. To this day, Tatra folklore is one of the main attractions of Zakopane.

Zakopane is a home of many professional artists. Regional folk, nature and biographical museums (Jana Kasprowicz, Kornel Makuszynski, Karol Szymanowski and Brother Albert) provide knowledge about Tatra and the whole region. There are also several art galleries and several art schools.

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