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Plitvice Lake, Amazing Natural Attraction in Croatia



INDEPHEDIA.com - Plitvice Lake is a lake in Croatia, located within the Nacionalni Park Plitvicka Jezera region. Because in Croatia itself the number of lakes is not too much, Plitvice Lake is beautiful and there is a waterfall made as one of the leading natural tourist destinations by the government.

The Plitvice Lakes National Park, founded in 1949 and located in the karst mountains in central Croatia - borders with Bosnia and Herzegovina, one of the oldest and largest national parks in Croatia. In 1979, the national park was included in the UNESCO World Heritage list.

This national park had become famous during the 1960s and 1970s through several Western film productions taken from Karl May's novels, which take many views on the lake or waterfall.



Indeed, Plitvice Lake is famous for its clear and beautiful lake views as turqoise (turquoise) as a series of small waterfalls. When viewed from the surface, the lake itself actually consists of 16 lakes that look together.

The lakes meet several small rivers and underground rivers. The sixteen lakes are separated by a kind of dam which is formed naturally from the deposition of dead plants, moss, algae and bacteria.

The area around the national park has now developed into a tourism area. There are many hotels and inns that are ready to accommodate local and foreign tourists. But, the national park area where Plitvice Lake is located is still left in its original condition.

Although the infrastructure inside the park is not very adequate, considering the government is trying to maintain the authenticity of the site, but this place is noted to be able to attract millions of tourists every year. (WS.IN/ENG/*)

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