Gorsko zrcalo - 2
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Gorsko zrcalo - 2

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Gorsko zrcalo (Mountain mirror) is the name of flat, nearly vertical cliff, 20m tall, at the mountain Medvednica near Zagreb, which is therefore suitable for alpine climbing practice, and become popular climbing site of the Zagreb climbers.

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A: Gorsko zrcalo - 1

by Igor Adamec, 50 meters away

Gorsko zrcalo (Mountain mirror) is the name of flat, nearly vertical cliff, 20m tall, at the mountain...

Gorsko zrcalo - 1

B: Mountain stream

by Igor Adamec, 110 meters away

Mountain stream

C: Mountain stream retention dam

by Igor Adamec, 840 meters away

Mountain stream retention dam

D: Pečovje - 02

by Igor Adamec, 1.5 km away

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Pečovje - 02

E: Pečovje-01

by Igor Adamec, 1.7 km away

View from the mountain trail along the ridge called Pečovje, on the mountain Medvednica near Zagreb.


F: Spring flowers in the woods

by Igor Adamec, 2.1 km away

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Spring flowers in the woods

G: Puntijarka

by Igor Adamec, 3.0 km away

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H: Šumarev grob (Forester's grave)

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Šumarev grob (Forester's grave)

I: Gorščica - 1

by Igor Adamec, 3.3 km away

In front of mountain hut named Gorščica, at mountain Medvednica near Zagreb.

Gorščica - 1

J: Gorščica - 2

by Igor Adamec, 3.3 km away

Interior of mountain hut named Gorščica, at mountain Medvednica near Zagreb.

Gorščica - 2

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