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Soča river In the evening - Bovec - Slovenia

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A: Forest

Par Zoltán Szakonyi, A 1.2 km

Forest

B: Soca river at Golobar

Par Gorazd Bajt, A 1.2 km

Soca river at Golobar

C: In the middle of Soča river

Par Zoltán Szakonyi, A 1.2 km

In the middle of Soča river

D: Bovec

Par Igor Adamec, A 2.0 km

Bovec

E: Krasji Vrh

Par Gorazd Bajt, A 4.7 km

Razgled na dolino s Krasjega vrha

Krasji Vrh

F: Virje slap

Par Armin Leuprecht, A 4.7 km

Virje slap

G: Izvir Glijuna

Par Armin Leuprecht, A 5.0 km

Izvir Glijuna

H: Lepena

Par Luka Omladic, A 5.3 km

Lepena Valley near Bovec

Lepena

I: Great Soca gorge

Par Gorazd Bajt, A 5.5 km

750 m long and 15 m deep gorge

Great Soca gorge

J: Boka stream

Par Gorazd Bajt, A 6.4 km

Boka is a karst spout , waterfall and torrential stream, which is a right tributary of the Soca . The...

Boka stream

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