Vrelo reke Mlave - zima

Vrelo mlave nalazi se u samoj Žagubici, ispod severnih obronaka planine Beljanice, i predstavlja malo jezero odakle izvire reka Mlava. Nalazi se u prirodnom amifiteatru, koji se u pravcu zapada otvara u kratku dolinu kojom otiče voda.Vrelo Mlave ima nekih tridesetak metara u prečniku, a voda, usled velike dubine, ima tamnozelenu boju. Ronilačke ekipe spustile su se do dubine od oko 70 metara, ali nisu dospeli do dna vrela, tako da je dubina ovog jezerceta i danas nepoznata.

Copyright: Sasha Spasic
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 24420x1915
Taken: 09/01/2011
Uploaded: 28/04/2012
Updated: 30/04/2012


Tags: natural; restaurant; lake; mountain
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