View over the Croatian city of Split, located in Dalmatia, on the shore of the Adriatic Sea. This photo shows the city center with the Riva promenade and the bell tower of the Cathedral of St. Duje, next to Diocletian's Palace, built by the Roman emperor Diocletian in the fourth century AD. In 1979, the historic city center of Split was included in the UNESCO world heritage list.
Plitvice lakes national park, located in central Croatia, was founded in 1949. It was among the first natural sites to be added to the UNESCO world heritage list in 1979. The park extends over 296 km² and features 16 interconnected lakes that form cascades. The lakes are particularly known for the beautiful waterfalls and the distinctive blue, green and turquoise color of the water.
Cathedral of St. Anastasia - Zadar - Croatia