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— . — (Vaganski Vrh), 1757 — . — . , — (1757 ) (1753 ). , — . — (Lukina jama) — 1392 , — 1320 .

 

 

Velebit is the largest though not the highest mountain range in Croatia. Its highest peak is the Vaganski Vrh at 1757 m. The range forms a part of the Dinaric Alps and is located along the Adriatic coast, separating it from Lika in the interior. Velebit begins in the northwest near Senj with the Vratnik mountain pass and ends 145 km to the southeast near the source of the Zrmanja river reasonably near Knin. Velebit is usually divided into four regions: * the northern part between the mountain passes Vratnik and Veliki Alan, with the highest peak Mali Rajinac (1699 m) * the middle part between Veliki Alan and Baške Oštarije with the highest peak Šatorina (1624 m) * the southern part between Oštarije and Mali Alan (peaks Vaganski vrh - 1757, Sveto brdo - 1753,) * the southeastern part with Crnopac as the most remarkable peak Velebit as a whole is a nature park, from which two national parks have been carved out: Paklenica and Sjeverni Velebit.


 

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