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Barcs
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View over the Dráva river at Barcs in the south west province of Somogy. The river forms the natural border between Hungary and Croatia that is been seen on the other side of the river. The Dráva is a fast moving river that moves through the Duna Dráva Nemzeti Natural Park and where many animal species can be found.

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Uploaded: 10/05/2009
Updated: 18/02/2012
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