Bijele Stijene (White rocks) 1302m
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Bijele Stijene (White rocks) 1302m

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View from the highest paek of the ridge named 'Bijele stijene' (White rocks) 1302m. The ridge is composed of numerous limestone rocks, shaped by natural forces into rocky spikes and various other forms.

This area is a habitat of the animal species that are rare or extinct in most of the Europe, such as wolves, lynx and brown bears.

In 1985. a Strict Nature Reserve was declared for the area of 'Bijele stijene' (White rocks) and 'Samarske stijene' (Pack-saddle rocks).

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