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The big waterfall in national park Plitvička jezera

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The big waterfall in national park Plitvička jezera freezes in winter time creating an imposing and beautiful ice sculpture. A delight to visit this attraction also in the winter time.

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Bilder in der Nähe von Croatia

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A: Plitvice lakes national park

von Shingo Murasawa, 50 Meter entfernt

Plitvice lakes national park

B: Veliki slap, Plitvička jezera

von Bane Obradović, 100 Meter entfernt

Veliki slap, Plitvička jezera

C: Crossing the lake Kaluđerovac in national park Plitvička jezera

von Zoran Trost, 130 Meter entfernt

The snow-covered wooden bridge crosses the northern part of the lake Kaluđerovac in national park Pli...

Crossing the lake Kaluđerovac in national park Plitvička jezera

D: Plitvice Lakes Main Enterance

von Zeljko Mihanovic, 220 Meter entfernt

Plitvice Lakes Main Enterance

E: National park Plitvice lakes

von zeljko soletic, 360 Meter entfernt

National park Plitvice lakes

F: Rainy day at Plitvička jezera

von Martin Hertel, 370 Meter entfernt

Rainy day in Plitvička jezera National Park in Hrvatska Republika (Croatia). Cliffhanger-View down to...

Rainy day at Plitvička jezera

G: Plitvice National Park

von zeljko soletic, 390 Meter entfernt

Plitvice National Park

H: Plitvice Lakes 2

von Chris Ellenbogen, 530 Meter entfernt

Plitvice Lakes 2

I: Cave in Plitvice Lakes National Park

von zeljko soletic, 540 Meter entfernt

Cave in Plitvice Lakes National Park

J: Korana Croatia

von Hans Molenkamp, 2.4 entfernt

Korana is a little village located at the outskirts of the Plitvice National Park. It counts a total ...

Korana Croatia

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