Bridge on the river Kupa in Ozalj

Bridge on the river Kupa in Ozalj is located next to the hydroelectric power plant. On the right bank of the river there is building of old power plant that was built in 1908. It was among first hydroelectric plants in Croatia. Power plant is still operational and its Neo-Renaissance building is a cultural monument.

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Uploaded: 18/11/2011
Updated: 22/08/2014


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