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The big waterfall in national park Plitvička jezera

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The big waterfall in national park Plitvička jezera freezes in winter time creating an imposing and beautiful ice sculpture. A delight to visit this attraction also in the winter time.

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A: Plitvice lakes national park

by Shingo Murasawa, 50 meters away

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B: Veliki slap, Plitvička jezera

by Bane Obradović, 100 meters away

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C: Crossing the lake Kaluđerovac in national park Plitvička jezera

by Zoran Trost, 130 meters away

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D: Plitvice Lakes Main Enterance

by Zeljko Mihanovic, 220 meters away

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E: National park Plitvice lakes

by zeljko soletic, 360 meters away

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F: Rainy day at Plitvička jezera

by Martin Hertel, 370 meters away

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G: Plitvice National Park

by zeljko soletic, 390 meters away

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H: Plitvice Lakes 2

by Chris Ellenbogen, 530 meters away

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I: Cave in Plitvice Lakes National Park

by zeljko soletic, 540 meters away

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J: Korana Croatia

by Hans Molenkamp, 2.4 km away

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