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Vražji prolaz (Devil's passage) - 2
Croatia

Vražji prolaz (Devil's passage) is 800 m long canyon. At the end of the canyon there is a cave called 'Muževa Hiža', 120 meters long. After the construction of the nearby hydroelectric power plant 'Zeleni Vir' in 1921-1922, the paths and the metal bridges through the canyon were built.

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