The meeting lasted three days and outputs were attended by some 4,000 participants. The positive for the natural environment was building, repairing and cleaning of the hiking trails.
After the banning of mass actions in the Tatra National Park (1990), is an effort to revive this event as depoliticized, but participation is not such great.
This photo essay presents candid moments, of one day in August 1973, during the event. Selected images are sorted chronologically; the story begins in the early morning at the tent camp, continues throughout the climb alone and ends with the evening cultural program. Mentioned meetings had many formal features, but also many informal. In the photo essay are captured both faces of this mass action.
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