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Natural Wonders of Southeast Europe

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bosnia and Herzegovina

White willow trees flooded in Livanjsko Polje, the south west of Bosnia and Herzegovina, arguably the largest karstic field in the world. The unique mosaic of trees, marshes and lakes combine North European and Mediterranean landscapes to create an important breeding, stop-over and wintering site for birds.
(Photographer: Elio della Ferrera, May 2009)

Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Trebižat River in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina. This 51 km long watercourse is called a "sinking river", as it drains into the underground and reappears at various points in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
(Photographer: Elio della Ferrera, May 2009)

Bosnia and Herzegovina

The awe-inspiring Kravice Falls on Trebižat River in southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, where waterfalls are a common sight. The rich biodiversity and stunning environment of this area ensured that it was formally recognised as a nature park. Yet the area is still affected for example by usage of the water for irrigation and fish farming.
(Photographer: Elio della Ferrera, May 2009)



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