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Medvedova glava (The Bear's head) and Skakalce (The Jumps)

Medvedova glava is the name of a natural bridge – a large rock which got stuck, between the walls of the Zadlaščica gorge. Because of excessive moisture and warmer Mediterranean climate throughout the year, the gorge boasts rich vegetation. The rock covered with moss aroused the imagination of human beings long, long ago – indeed, it looks like a hairy bear’s head. Since the water of the Zadlaščica literally jumps from one pool to another, it creates picturesque cascades flowing through the gorge which is why the locals started calling it Skakalce or in English “the Jumps”.

Copyright: Gorazd Bajt
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Taken: 07/05/2015
Uploaded: 09/05/2015


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