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Peter Hallberg has visited Croatia in May 2014, experiencing the beauty of Skradin town and renowned Plitvicka Jezera National Park. During his trip, he made a short video which underlines the untouched nature of Croatian soil.

Beauty of Skradin, water

People were always aware that region Hallberg visited is something special. After all, they settled it eras ago, as remains of human presence can be traced up to 6000 years in past. Many kingdoms and empires have governed over its territory, but their demise did not ruin the unique beauty the landscape is known for.

Town of Skradin is virtually an urban museum, with its city core full of 18th and 19th century buildings. It served as a capital of Croatia and Bosnia, and Romans considered it a heart of their Liburnian County. One of Croatia’s most impressive waterfalls, Skradinski Buk, can be found in vicinity. Without question, beauty of Skradin is difficult to ignore, and may be a great spot for visiting Croatia.

As for Plitvicka Jezera, or famous Plitivice, they really don’t need any special introduction. Apart from beauties of Croatian Sea, they are probably the most known feature of Croatia. Read more about them here.

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Photo: Peter Hallberg

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