Dinara

Dinara is a mountain located on the border of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. It has two major peaks: Troglav ("Threehead", 1913 m) and the eponymous Dinara (1831 m). The peak called Dinara is the highest peak of Croatia, is shaped like a human head made of stone, and also has a prominence of 728 m.

Read more about Dinara:  Etymology, Extent, Climate, Tourism, Fauna

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