Plitvice Lakes National Park (Croatian: Nacionalni park Plitvička jezera, colloquial Plitvice, pronounced [plîtʋitse]) is one of the oldest national parks in Southeast Europe and the largest national park in Croatia.
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Plitvička Jezera (pronounced [plîtv̞itʃkaː jɛzɛ̌ra] or just Plitvice [plîtv̞itsɛ]; Plitvice Lakes, in English) is a municipality (općina) in central Croatia, in the eastern part of the Lika-Senj county, that lies in and near the eponymous Plitvice L…
Bihać (Cyrillic: Бихаћ; pronounced [bǐxaːt͡ɕ]) is a city on the River Una in northwestern Bosnia and Herzegovina, in the Bosanska Krajina region. It has 61,186 inhabitants.
Željava Airbase, situated on the border between Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina under Plješevica Mountain, near the city of Bihać, Bosnia, was the largest underground airport and military airbase in the former Yugoslavia, and one of the largest i…
The Plitvice Lakes incident (Croatian: Krvavi Uskrs na Plitvicama or Plitvički krvavi Uskrs, both translating as "Plitvice Bloody Easter") was an armed clash at the beginning of the Croatian War of Independence. It was fought between Croatian police…
Korenica is a city in Lika, Croatia, located in the municipality of Plitvička Jezera, on the road between Plitvice and Udbina.
Ostrožac Castle is a castle located in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Una-Sana Canton just outside of the town of Cazin, near the village of Ostrožac. The castle dates back to the 16th century when the Ottoman Turks established the Ottoman province o…
Bunić is a village in Lika, Croatia, located in the Udbina municipality, between Korenica and Lički Osik.
Rakovica is a village in south-central Croatia, in the region of Kordun south of Karlovac and Slunj, and north of the Plitvice Lakes. The total municipality population is 2,623 (2001), while the village itself has 356 residents. According to that ce…
Mala Kapela (pronounced [mâːlaː kǎpɛla]) is a mountain in Croatia, part of the Dinaric Alps. It stretches in the direction northwest-southeast, and it extends from the mountain pass called "Kapela" or "Vrh Kapele" (alt. 887 m) that separates it from…
The Caves of Barać (Croatian: Baraćeve špilje) are located near the village of Nova Kršlja in the municipality of Rakovica, Croatia. In 1892 the caves were opened to visitors but subsequently abandoned and forgotten following World War II.
Lohovo (Cyrillic: Лохово) is a village in the municipality of Bihać, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Stadion Veruda is a multi-use stadium in Pula, Croatia. It is second stadium in Pula. It served as home stadium for football club NK Istra 1961 until 2011 and completed renovation of Stadion Aldo Drosina.
Plješivica or Plješevica (pronounced [pʎɛ̌ʃɛʋitsa]) is a mountain in Croatia and on the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina, part of the Dinaric Alps.
Donja Lučka is a village in the municipality of Cazin, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Šturlićka Platnica is a village in the municipality of Cazin, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Tržačka Raštela is a village in the municipality of Cazin, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Skokovi is a village in the municipality of Cazin, Bosnia and Herzegovina.