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Morning view of Vlaški Grad peak
Croatia
Vlaški grad (1383m) is a prominent rocky peak above the Mala Paklenica and one of the most scenic lookouts in the area of Paklenica National Park. It is very steep on all sides, and is recognized by the its rocky peak area, which juts out over the forest with a fantastic view of the Adriatic coast and Paklenica canyons. There is an unsupplied mountain refuge in its vicinity.
Copyright: Hrvoje mikolčević
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Chargée: 15/08/2012
Mis à jour: 11/09/2014
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Tags: velebit; mountain; paklenica; park; view; nature; coast; sea
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