Zamagurie (in Slovak, pronounced [ˈzamaɡurɪ̯ɛ]; Polish: Zamagurze) is an area in the north of the Spiš region, between the Spišská Magura in the south, the Dunajec river in the north and the Białka (Slovak: Biela voda) river in the west. It is divided between the Prešov Region of Slovakia and the Lesser Poland Voivodeship of Poland and is further divided between the Slovak districts of Stará Ľubovňa and Kežmarok and Polish gminas of Bukowina Tatrzańska, Nowy Targ and Łapsze Niżne. The centre of the region is the Slovak town Spišská Stará Ves, which is just near the border. The region also used to be one of the official tourist regions of Slovakia until 2004.
Other attractions include the spa village of Vyšné Ružbachy, the medieval town of Podolínec, the monastery in Červený Kláštor and the winter resorts in Osturňa and Spišská Stará Ves. In Poland, there are also many attractions available, e.g., the Niedzica ski centre, the Niedzica Castle or the Czorsztyn reservoir, which is used for recreation.
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