National Park Plitvice Lakes

The waterfalls of Plitvice Lakes National Park were formed by mosses that retain calcium carbonate as river water rushes through the karst. Travertine, or tufa, builds up sprouting plants which grow on top of each other to create barriers to the river. The park has been named a World Heritage Site and is easily accessible from either Zagreb or Zadar. The falls are at their watery best in the spring.


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The area of Plitvice Lakes
The area of Plitvice Lakes
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Park Plitvice Lakes
Park Plitvice Lakes
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Tourist in national park
Tourist in national park
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Waterfalls in Plitvice
Waterfalls in Plitvice
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Croatian National Park World Heritage
Croatian National Park World Heritage
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How to touring Plitvice
How to touring Plitvice
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The lower lakes
The lower lakes
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Kozjak lakes
Kozjak lakes
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