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Drava-2
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The river Dráva forms the natural border between Hungary and Croatia and as you notice, the opposite side of the river is Croatia. This image is taken with a 20 meter tall mast and the spot is positioned near the village of Szentborbás. The Dráva is part of the so named Duna-Dráva Nemzeti Park and is, as a national heritage, a protected area.

Copyright: Hans molenkamp
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Uploaded: 06/04/2009
Updated: 17/02/2012
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Tags: duna drava nemzeti park; reserve; river; border; seaeagle; throuth; fishing; recreation; floating river; natural
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