National Park Plitvice Lakes – Croatia

Any who wishes to get acquainted with the uniqueness of Croatia’s first National Park and Monument of the world’s natural heritage has only to approach it! According to their own wish, they can spend here – in all seasons – days of active recreation and rest. Walking along the paths next to the Lakes they can experience all that this monograph wishes to point out. But, even the book cannot evoke the true experience that personal contact with this natural beauty will give; absorbed as it must be by both understanding and emotional contact. My warm wish is that the paradisiacal beauty of this area of our dear country be revealed to the world, that foreigners can enjoy looking at this sublime grandeur so that this pearl of our country become famous all over the world. Milka Trnina 1898. We have many More Croatia Vacation¬†Information, Travel Review and Tourist Attractions Articles Now Available.

The Plitvice Lakes is a unique natural pearl unrepeatable on any meridian or parallel of planet Earth. Srecko Bozicevic 1994. Born 1935 in Velikoj Trnovitici the near Bjelovar, Croatia in a teacher’s family. The photograph exhibition of the Plitvice Lakes invites viewers to take interest in the unique area of the Croatian homeland that is included in the world natural heritage register and protected by UNESCO. Dr of Geology Srecko Bozicevic is a member of the Photo Club Zagreb since 1959 when he started working at the Institute for Geological Research. He participated in numerous field expeditions, photo documenting his research work.

Photography has attracted Dr Bozicevic since his early university days. In 1956 he published first newspaper articles accompanied by his own photographs. He also participated in various collective exhibitions and presented over 20 personal photographic exhibitions. Dr Bozicevic received numerous awards and plaques for his photographs and slides. His main interest was speleological photos and photos related to the morphology and hydrogeology of the earth crust.

His photographs illustrate his own books “Lights under the earth”, “Vrlovka cave”, “A man in the underworld”, “Through our caves “, “The cave as a tomb”, “KRS phenomenon” as well as numerous articles in professional journals, encyclopedias and popular magazines. In 1987 Dr Bozicevic received the Republican Fran Tucan award for popularisation of science and the highest national recognition the “honoured speleologist” for his speleological research and field work. In 1995 he was proclaimed an honorary member of the Croatian Geological Society. We have many More Croatia Vacation¬†Information, Travel Review and Tourist Attractions Articles Now Available.