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Sivá Brada - remains of a geyser. 
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Sivá Brada - remains of a geyser.

When driving from Levoča to Spiš Castle you pass a small hill with a chapel on top. It is called Sivá Brada ("White Beard"). Now people stop here to taste mineral water tricking from a small spring, but until a few years ago this place had been a major tourist attraction. A geyser had been erupting from the hillside 2-3 times a day, spitting water up to 15 meters in the air. Sadly, with time eruptions got weaker and rarer, then stopped completely, leaving only bubbling water.
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The mineral spring under the Sivá Brada hillOne of the springs on the Sivá Brada hillThe chapel of the Holy Cross on the top of the Sivá Brada hillThe chapel of the Holy Cross on the top of the Sivá Brada hillThe chapel of the Holy Cross on the top of the Sivá Brada hill - stone portal
Gęsia Szyja (Goose Neck, 1490 m) with a panorama of snow-covered Tatra Mountains. 
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Gęsia Szyja (Goose Neck, 1490 m) with a panorama of snow-covered Tatra Mountains.
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Trail from Rusinowa Polana to Gęsia Szyja. 
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Trail from Rusinowa Polana to Gęsia Szyja.
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Traversing the southern slopes of Suche Czuby in the main ridge of Tatra Mountains between Kasprowy Wierch and Czerwone Wierchy. 
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Traversing the southern slopes of Suche Czuby in the main ridge of Tatra Mountains between Kasprowy Wierch and Czerwone Wierchy.
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A chamois above the Goryczkowa Valley
On the summit of Kopa Kondracka (2005 m) in the Tatra Mountains. 
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On the summit of Kopa Kondracka (2005 m) in the Tatra Mountains.
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Walking uphill to Kopa KondrackaOn the trail from Kopa Kondracka to GiewontGoing up to Kopa KondrackaTrail signs on Kopa KondrackaGoing up to Kopa Kondracka
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