Korana Croatia

Korana is a little village located at the outskirts of the Plitvice National Park. It counts a total of 26 inhabitants and most of the houses are pensions from where many guests depart for their visits to the national park of Plitvice. The whole valley and the surrounding area is covered with little waterfalls and both flora and fauna are at their best there.

Copyright: Hans molenkamp
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Uploaded: 30/11/2009
Updated: 07/10/2014


Tags: overview; streams; waterfalls; nature; outdoors; natural
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