National Park Plitvice

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The National Park Plitvice is part of the World Heritage Site.

The unique combination of 16 bigger and smaller lakes, which have gradually transformed the cascading travertine waterfalls with deposits for thousands of years, are part of the River Korana, surrounded by forests of thick beech, fir and spruce in the form of an original rainforest, making this the most well known Croatian national park. This particular, and in the world a unique geological and hydrological karst phenomenon, with its sensitivity and beauty, deserves its place on the list of World Heritage Sites , UNESCO.
The lakes and large forest areas, caves, sources and flowering meadows, offer a variety of living conditions and the possibility for the unobstructed development of a number of plants and animals, even those rare ones such as the brown bear. The visitor will not make a mistake by visiting the park in the spring when its meadows are in bloom, or when the autumn patchwork of colours are reflected in the lake mirrors, or when peace reigns because of the winter ice on the restrained falls.

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