You can see there two bezier curves that I want to connect together. How can I do that? My current area with the peak consists of many small bezier curves which is totally intolerable because it makes the processing of the picture much harder later.
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Joining curves (in Inkscape called "Paths") is really simple:
select two nodes you want to join by drawing a selection rectangle around them.
Select one of the options to join: either "join selected nodes" into one (which will be in the middle of the selected ones):
either "join selected nodes with a straight segment" - which will retain the points, and join them with a segment:
I wanted to expand on Justinas's answer. You cannot join non-endnodes in Inkscape due to the SVG spec. So you cannot create a path that forms a T intersection, although you can simulate it by using Path-Combine or Group.