Észak Velebit NP
National Park North Velebit, the Croatian national park, declared on 9 June 1999. year.
The diversity of karst phenomena, and plant and animal life are only part of the special nature of this whole picture. Inside the park there is a strict reserve and Rozanski Rozanski Cook, Luke's Cave - one of the deepest cave in the world (discovered in 1999.), A botanical reserve "Visibaba" the habitats of the endemic Croatian sibiraea (Sibiraea altaiensis ssp. Croat), forest reserve Borov top, botanical reserve Zavizan Balinovac-great-hair and the famous Velebit Botanical garden. In the extreme south there is a special reserve of forest vegetation Stirovaca.
The park is criss-crossed with numerous hiking trails, the most famous Premuziceva trail.
The park is 109 sq/km.
Virtual tour of Velebit
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