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Sveto Brdo peak (1753m), Paklenica National Park, Croatia
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Sveto brdo, with a height of 1753m is the second-highest peak of Velebit mountains. It is located on the south-eastern ridge and belongs to a series of high peaks in southern Velebit, along with the highest peak - Vaganski vrh.

Copyright: Vedran vekić
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Uploaded: 20/04/2012
Updated: 21/04/2012
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Tags: croatia; mountains; velebit; paklenica; sveto brdo; peak; nature; national park
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