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Bijele Stijene (White Rocks)
Croatia

White and Pack-saddle rocks (Bijele i Samarske stijene) strict reserves are very inaccessible and difficult viable area. This is a subgroup in Velika Kapela a mountain group in Gorski kotar (Mountain region) in western Croatia, south of mountain Bjelolasica.

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