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Tulove Grede - Winnetou "Nugget Tsil" - Mali Alan - Velebit - Croatia
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Der Velebit (in etwa „Großes Wesen“) ist ein Gebirgszug an der Küstenregion Kroatiens. Er ist zum Naturpark erklärt worden. Im Gebirgsgebiet liegen zwei Nationalparks (Nationalpark nördlicher Velebit und Nationalpark Paklenica) und nahe der Stadt Gospić der staatlich geschützte Naturpark Velebit. Der Velebit bildet eine Klimabarriere zwischen dem Mittelmeerklima und dem Gebirgsklima im Landesinneren. Das Velebit-Massiv hat für die Kroaten eine ähnliche Bedeutung wie der Olymp für die Griechen oder der Fuji für die Japaner. Um das Massiv ranken sich zahlreiche Mythen, Sagen und alte Volksweisen wie z. B. die der „Vila Velebita“ (Fee vom Velebit). Die Gebirgslandschaft des Velebit inspirierte im 19. Jahrhundert zur Entstehung des patriotischen Liedes der Vila Velebita. Auf dem Velebit befinden sich Drehorte von einigen Karl-May-Filmen (http://winnetous-spuren.de/index.php/kroatien/paklenica/tulove ). (Quelle: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Velebit )
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