Park Plitvice Lakes

For thousands of years the river water Koran paved the way dumped limestone, forming a natural dam that created a number of beautiful waterfalls, lakes and caves. In 1949, it is unique in its beauty of the place became a national park in Croatia, and thirty years later it was included in the UNESCO World Heritage Register. The park is a mountainous terrain and includes 16 large and several smaller lakes (conventionally called 'upper' and 'lower'), 20 caves, and countless waterfalls. By the way, Park Plitvice Lakes is one of the few places on the planet where every year there are new waterfalls.















































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