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I was creeping one of my ex coworkers on facebook and realized she had visited Croatia with a friend a few years ago and the pictures were mostly ones by the ocean or in the city, but nothing too exciting. So I googled Croatia to take a lot and found Plitvice Lakes National Park. Plitvice Lakes National Park happens to be the largest national park in Croatia and the oldest in southeast Europe. This park is famous for its lakes arranged in cascades and has 16 lakes that can be seen from the surface. The lakes are all interconnected and separated by natural dams deposited by the action of moss, algae, and bacteria. These lakes have a distinctive range of colors from azure to green and grey and blue. The color of the lakes remind me somewhat of Lake Louise in the mountains here which also get their color from mineral deposits in the water. This park is one of the last places in Europe where brown bears and wolves can be found, which is quite sad. If you`re visiting this park you can stay at one of the 3 hotels or the campsite that visitors can stay at. The way the lakes and cascades of water falling looks quite unreal. To me it looks something out of a movie or a fairy tale lol.
Have you ever visited Plitvice Lakes National Park? or Croatia?
Would you want to?
Pictures from http://beautifulplacestovisit.com/lakes/plitvice-lakes-national-park-croatia/
Information from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plitvice_Lakes_National_Park