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The northern part of Livansko Polje field - karst plateau (arguably the largest karst field in the world) and the Dinara mountain range (on the left) at sunset. Zdralovac area in the foreground. This is an area that was affected by Balkan war (1991-1995) and now is plenty of mine fields. May 2009.
- Elio della Ferrera/ Wild Wonders of Europe, +46 8-583 518 31, email@example.com, www.wild-wonders.com
- Image Size
- 5616x3744 / 6.5MB
- Contained in galleries
- Bosnia Herzegovina and Croatia