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Climb to Kamešnica, Bosnia
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Kamešnica is the mountain on the border between Croatian and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Its highest peak Horse (1856m) is located on the Bosnian side. Hikers climb to the top is possible from either side. The ascent from the Bosnian side is steeper, but offers a beautiful view of the Livno Valley and Buško Lake - the largest artificial lake in Europe.

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