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National park Pakelnica - Manita peć cave

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175m long Manita peć cave, part of a National park Paklenica. First of two halls inside the cave.

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A: National park Paklenica - Manita peć cave second hall

by Damir Turković, 30 meters away

175m long Manita peć cave, part of a National park Paklenica. Second of the two halls inside the cave.

National park Paklenica - Manita peć cave second hall

B: National park Paklenica - Manita peć viewpoint

by Damir Turković, 140 meters away

In front of the Manita peć cave, part of a National park Pakelnica. Viewpoint overlooking the velika ...

National park Paklenica - Manita peć viewpoint

C: On the path to Mountain home Paklenica

by Vedran Penga, 830 meters away

It takes about 2 hours to come from the entrance of National Park Paklenica to Mountain home Paklenic...

On the path to Mountain home Paklenica

D: XII. International climbers meeting in Paklenica, Croatia, may 1st 2011.

by Hrvoje Mikolčević, 1.2 km away

Paklenica is the common name of two deep canyons (Velika and Mala Paklenica) gouged into the mountain...

XII. International climbers meeting in Paklenica, Croatia, may 1st 2011.

E: National park Paklenica - Velika Paklenica canyon

by Damir Turković, 1.2 km away

Inside the Velika Paklenica canyon, part of a National park Paklenica in Croatia.

National park Paklenica - Velika Paklenica canyon

F: Forest cottage Lugarnica

by Vedran Penga, 1.8 km away

Forest cottage Lugarnica is located in the Velika Paklenica canyon at an altitude of about 400 meters...

Forest cottage Lugarnica

G: National park Paklenica

by Saulius Baublys, 2.8 km away

The Paklenica karst river canyon is a national park in Croatia. It is located in Starigrad, northern ...

National park Paklenica

H: At the mountains of Winnetou

by Saulius Baublys, 2.8 km away

At the mountains of Winnetou

I: At the mountains of Winnetou HDR

by Saulius Baublys, 2.8 km away

The Paklenica karst river canyon is a national park in Croatia. It is located in Starigrad, northern ...

At the mountains of Winnetou HDR

J: National park Paklenica - Paklarić viewpoint

by Damir Turković, 2.9 km away

National park Pakelnica entrence viewpoint. Beautiful Adriatic see and the Velika Pakelnica canyon.

National park Paklenica - Paklarić viewpoint

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