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Balinovac, Velebit
Croatia

Balinovac is one of the highest peaks (1601m) in the Northern Velebit National Park. It is located near the mountain lodge and the meteorological station Zavižan. From the top is a beautiful view of the Adriatic coast and islands of Kvarner.

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