Plitvice Lakes National Park is the oldest Croatian national park.
Known for its spectacular limestone waterfalls that create clear lakes in the biodynamic process of constant creation and growth barriers. As a result of this process created a series of 16 cascading lakes large and several smaller ones, which are the most picturesque part of the park.
The park even has registered 1267 different plant species, among which 50 species of orchids, 321 species of butterflies, 157 species of birds, 20 species of bats ... The rich fauna of the special position occupied by Europe's largest carnivore: the brown bear, wolf and lynx. Due to the uniqueness, natural beauty and value of the National Park Plitvice Lakes is a UNESCO 1979th was put on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
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