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Bakar bay - Bakarski zaljev
Croatia

Bakar bay is located in north Kvarner, south form city of Rijeka. There are two places in bay; Bakar in north and Bakarac in south. There is a highway passing trough the bay called "Jadranska magistrala" whitch menas Adriatic highway. The bay was good known by its pollution of coke plantwhitch is finally closed in 1995.

Copyright: Damir Jevtic
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Chargée: 30/12/2011
Mis à jour: 17/10/2014
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Tags: bay; bakar; rest; point; hrvatska; croatia; bakarac; bench
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