“Lapidarium of the Tatra National Park is a collection of rocks and plants reflecting the geological map of the Tatra Mountains. Lapidarium – the geological spatial map of the Tatra Mountains shows the diversity of inanimate nature and its impact on the vegetation found there. The Tatras are shown here as a homogeneous massif shaped by various geological processes, the same on both sides of the Polish-Slovak border.
Educational boards allow you to expand your knowledge of the geology of the Tatra Mountains. The boards were made in three languages: Polish, Slovak, English and Braille.
Wheelchair users are invited to the path around the lapidarium and see the mountains in a nutshell. For the needs of the blind and visually impaired, a plastic map of the Tatra Mountains with a description in Braille was prepared.
The project is co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund and the state budget through the Euroregion “Tatry” under the Cross-Border Cooperation program Republic of Poland – Slovak Republic 2007–2013. ”
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