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Ratkovo sklonište
Croatia

'Ratkovo sklonište' is a name of a mountain refuge at 'Samarske stijene' (Pack-saddle rocks) Nature Reserve. Refuge is located inside a shallow cave at the foot of the vertical cliff.

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