Photo © Pawel Wlodarczyk
"The profile of the mountains is similar to a lying knight, wherein the Long Giewont is the knight's torso, and the Great Giewont is the knight's face as viewed from the side (the three 'peaks' being the chin, the nose, and the eyebrow). The image of Giewont as viewed from the north (see below) makes the profile easy to discern." -> Wiki En
"... it is associated with a legend about oversleeping knights..."
Pawel Wlodarczyk POLAND
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