Karola Hawliczka Borovskiego wyprawa do Tatr
In the summer of 1842, Karel Havlíček Borovský (1821–1856) traveled from Prague (Czech) to Galicia. He was a good walker, and walked most of the way (over 1000 km). The last stage of his journey was a few days’ stay in the Tatra Mountains. He was then in the Kościeliska Valley, where he inscribed his name on the Pisana rock. After spending the night in Kościelisko, he visited the iron-works in Kuźnice, and moved to Bukowina Tatrzańska. There he wrote a poem in the memorial book. The article discusses this work as one of the most important Czech poems about the Tatras. The main highlight of the journey was a trip to Morskie Oko, after which the poet crossed the moun-tains to Kieżmark.