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The pier by the lake Kozjak in national park Plitvička jezera
Croatia

The pier by the frozen lake Kozjak in national park Plitvička jezera in winter. The boats used in summer time to move turists from one side to the other side of the lake are trapped in ice.

Copyright: Zoran trost
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Uploaded: 21/02/2012
Updated: 10/04/2014
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Tags: pier; lake; kozjak; national park; plitvička jezera; nature; winter; frozen; ice
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