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Near Kiza mountain peak
Croatia

Velebit is amazing mountain that has great natural features of interest even outside its two national parks. Some of the most striking are in its central part around Baske Ostarije, a picturesque place located in a mountain pass beneath the imposing crest of Kiza, which can be reached via the old road. Baške Oštarije is an ideal starting point for hiking expeditions.

Copyright: Hrvoje Mikolčević
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Tags: nature; mountain; climbing; peak; top; velebit; mountaineering; rocky; croatia
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