Feeding of the ducks and swans at lake Bled

Lake Bled, one of Slovenia's main tourist attractions, is known for the presence of swans as well as ducks. People usually bring them some pieces of bread to feed them and to see them closer, as they are used to be surrounded with people. In the background, the three Bled's main attractions are visible: in the center (on the rock) is the Bled's castle, on the right side is the Bled's church (church of St. Martin) and on the left is the Bled's island with the church of St. Blaž with the wishing bell (only the bell tower is visible on the pano). In addition, on the right of the castle, two high mountain peaks of the Alps are visible; the left one (although visually lower) is the Slovenia's highest mountain, Triglav, elevation 2864m.

Copyright: Zoran Trost
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Taken: 23/10/2012
Uploaded: 23/10/2012
Updated: 10/04/2014


Tags: lake; bled; slovenia; swan; swans; duck; ducks; attractions; castle; churches; blaž; martin; wishing; bell; triglav; alps; 2864
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