Krka National Park

Krka National Park encompasses the area along the course of the Krka River, which flows through a deep and picturesque canyon for over 75 km and creates roaring waterfalls- Bilušić buk, Miljacka, Brljan, Rošnjak, Manojlovački slap, Roški slap and the fantastic Skradinski buk (Krka falls 46 m), Europe's largest travertine barrier. There are also two remarkable cultural monuments within the park boundaries: the Franciscan monastery on the island of Visovac and the Krka monastery.



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