Zakopane is the largest urban center in the immediate vicinity of the Tatra Mountains, and on the occasion of enormous size winter sports resort. Its borders involves a huge part of the Tatra. Thus, not without reason, Zakopane is called the winter capital of Polish. Zakopane is also the highest Polish city. Zakopane history is interesting. The town was founded as a settlement on the site of seasonal pastoral settlements, and in 1676 it lived only 43 people. Originally it belonged to the king, and later to the Imperial and Royal Austrian treasury. The year 1824 is a moment in which the family sold Zakopane Homolacs from Hungary. It flourished in the second half of the nineteenth century, and already in 1886 they were considered spa. Probably because three years later Zakopane was inhabited by 3,000 people. It was then bought them, Count Władysław Zamoyski, who managed to create the foundations of the current national park. At the end of the nineteenth century Zakopane became a cultural center.