The Mount Rysy marks the Polish-Slovak border. It has three summits: the middle (2'503 m), the north-western (2'499 m) and the south-eastern (2'473 m). The north-western summit is the highest point of Poland. The other two summits are on Slovak side.
Czechoslovakia 1981, Rysy Youth mountain climbing contest.
Portrait: W. Lenin (1870 - 1924).
Poland 1996, Rysy.
The stamp was issued in the series "Mountains of the Tatra National Park".
Poland 2017, Crown of Polish Mountains.
The Crown of Polish Mountains (polish: Korona Gór Polski) is a list of 28 peaks one per each of the mountain ranges of Poland.
On the miniaturesheet is printed the list of the 28 peaks. The image shows a group of climbers on the north-western summit of Mt. Rysy. Behind is Mt. Ganek (2'462 m) and the Mt. Gerlachovský-štít (2'654 m), which is the highest peak in the High Tatras and in the whole Carpathian Mountain Chain.