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Plitvice Lake, Croatia
Croatia

With its numerous cascading waterfalls, quiet pools - where you can see the fish - and lush flora, this is the most beautiful places I have ever visited. Get there early to avoid the crowds.

Copyright: John Willetts Arps
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Uploadet: 14/09/2011
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Tags: summer; lake; waterfall; nature
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