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Plitvice Lakes National Park is the largest among the eight national parks in Croatia (294.82 km2 in area). It was founded in 1949 and it is the oldest national park in the country. In 1979 it was added to the UNESCO World Heritage register.
The national park is a phenomenon of karst hydrography. The lakes are famous for travertine waterfalls and a continuous biodynamic process of travertine creation under specific ecological conditions. Travertine is a porous limestone rock formed by the deposition of calcium carbonate in the water which can create barriers, thresholds and other forms in karst rivers and streams. The ongoing process of travertine creation is especially noticeable in the waterfalls. While the visitors enjoy the walk through the national park, continuous travertine growth creates magnificent waterfalls. Over time the water changes its course, thus leaving some barriers dry, but enticing the growth of travertine elsewhere. The described phenomenon provides a sense that the Plitvice Lakes never stay the same.
The wider area of the national park is a rich forest and meadow habitat with diverse and numerous species of plants and animals. The forest community is mostly comprised of beech and fir. The most distinguished beech and fir forest is called Čorkova uvala and it is considered to be one of the most beautiful forests in the world. 1,267 plant species have been listed so far, 75 of them being endemic, and 55 being different species of orchids. The rich fauna includes 321 species of butterflies, 161 species of birds and 21 species of bats, which were discovered in previous research of the park area. Among large predators, the most attractive resident of the park forest is the brown bear (Ursus arctos).
One of the first researchers of this natural phenomenon, academician Ivo Pevalek, said the following in 1937: “There are waters, lakes, waterfalls and forests in other places, but there are only one Plitvice Lakes in the world. You have to see them!
Source: TZ Slunj
The history of Split is over-flowingly rich and turbulent to fit in just a couple of sentences. Although the Split area was earlier inhabited by the Greek colonies, Emperor Diocletian should be considered its first citizen and founder. Starting his lavish villa of around 300 square meters near the great city of Salona in 293 AD, only to retire from the Roman throne. Within its walls after building it for ten years.
Turbulent centuries that followed turned the villa into a city. Conceived by the fugitive inhabitants of Salona who fled from the Avars and Slavs. Many authorities changed hands in the city which, in the years to come, grew beyond the Palace walls, from the Croatian Kings in the 10th century, through the Hungarian and Venetian administration, to the French rulers and the Austro-Hungarian monarchy. Modern age and the 20th century "moved" Split from the kingdom of Yugoslavia. Through tragic, yet heroic times of the Italian and German occupation during the Second World War when Split was one of the centres of anti-fascist resistance, to the Socialist Yugoslavia and the present period of the free and independent Croatia, member of the European Union.
Tumultuous history leaves its trace in the everyday life of the city. That always moved steadily forward, remaining the centre of this part of the coast to this day. In those mixtures of history layers, clumsiness was inevitable. Sometimes even rashness in development, but today it is all a part of its originality. Great city beats today with the silent whisper of history, the lively spirit of youth and charm of the Mediterranean yet in every way also Croatian warmth...
Tragurio (lat.), currently known as was established as a village by Greek colonists, merchants of maternal Issa (Vis) during the 3rd century B.C., although life on the islet, on which the village was located, began in the Prehistoric period.
One of the oldest Mediterranean towns with a continuation of existence for 4 thousand years. The castle and fortress are surrounded by walls which form the nucleus of Trogir known as "la più bella e la più artistica isola del mondo"- the most beautiful and artistic island in the world.
The town of Trogir is situated on the shores of Kaštel bay, on the island between Čiovo and the mainland, connected to the land by means of a stone bridge, and is composed of 8 villages: Arbanija, Divulje, Drvenik Mali (Ploča), Drvenik Veliki, Mastrinka, Plano, Trogir and Žedno.
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Kontakt: Pan Stjepan Huljak | Adres: Prezida II/19, 23234 Vir, Chorwacja | Telefon: 00385 23 346099 Mobil: 00385 98 9593915
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