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Krka Nacional Park Skradinski Buk
Croatia

Skradinski Buk is the longest waterfall in the Krka river near the city Sibenik and Skradin. One of the best known natural features in Croatia.

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Uploaded: 05/03/2012
Updated: 12/04/2012
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Tags: sibenik; croatia; hrvatska; skradin; slapovi; waterfall; krka; nature; nacionalni park; national park
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