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Natural Wonders of Southeast Europe

The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Three great white pelicans silhouetted on Lake Prespa in the Pelister National Park, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. The picture is taken from the other side of the lake from the transboundary Prespa Park, located in the border region between Albania, Greece and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
(Photographer: David Maitland, June 2009)

The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Clouds loom over Lake Prespa, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. The picture is taken from Stenje village located in the transboundary Prespa Park.
(Photographer: David Maitland, June 2009)

The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Sunbeams break through the clouds over Lake Prespa in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. The transboundary Prespa Park was established with the joint Declaration of the Prime Ministers of Albania, Greece, and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia in 2000 in order to ensure environmental protection and sustainable development of the wider area. The park hosts more than 1,500 species of plants and over 40 species of mammals - among them the endangered wolf and the brown bear.
(Photographer: David Maitland, June 2009)



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