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Vrelo Bosne - Small waterfall
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Vrelo Bosne is a protected area near Sarajevo (natural monument, class II), with 131 trees species and more than 20 fungal species. Area covers 603 hectares 

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Tags: vrelo; bosne; spring; river; bosna; ilidza; sarajevo
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