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HOME (Russian) >>> WORLD NATURE LANDSCAPES >>> EUROPE

This section of the site contains our photographs of natural landscapes of the world, including geological formations, relief forms, natural water bodies and vegetation types, as well as some plants and animals, typical to different native zones and geographical regions.

This page contains the list of images of the Croatian (Dinarid Mountains and Adriatic sea) nature: natural landscapes, vegetation types, some plants and animals.
Clicking on the preview in the list below you will be transferred to the page with the full sized image
(each photo has a semantic geographical or biological captions, explaining illustrated objects).

 

Europe

Dinarid Mountains and Adriatic Sea
(Croatia, Dalmatia)

Adriatic Sea and Dinarid Mountains - Biokovo National Park
Adriatic Sea and Dinarid Mountains - Biokovo National Park
Adriatic Sea and Dinarid Mountains - Biokovo National Park
Makarska Riviera, view to Hvar and Brach islands. Olive grove
Makarska Riviera, view to Brela
Old road to Split
Pine sparse growth on Biokovo slope. Makarska Riviera and Brela on the back
Pine sparse growth at the Adriatic coast
Croatia, Middle Dalmacia, view to Brach strait (channel) and Brach island
Adriatic coast at Makarska riviera
Adriatic coast at Makarska riviera. Wild beach
Adriatic coast and beaches at Makarska riviera
Sea crab
Sunset at Makarska riviera
Strong morning wind from the mountains (bora)
Cetina river valley overgrown by reed . Mosor mountains
Cetina river in the middle current (10 km from the sea). Willow-poplar flood-land forest
Feeding mallards at Cetina river in the middle current (10 km from the sea)
Cetina river in the middle current (10 km from the sea). Willow-poplar flood-land forest
Mosor mountains, pine forest above Cetina river valley (20 km from Omis and sea)
Mosor mountains, pine forest above Cetina river valley (20 km from Omis and sea)
Mosor mountains, pine sparse growth above Cetina river valley (20 km from Omis and sea)
Makarska town. Hvar island and Peljesac peninsula on the back
Foothills of the Biokovo mountains, Adriatic Sea and Brach island on the back
Black Dalmatian pine forest at the Biokovo National park. 500 meters above sea level
Black Dalmatian pine forest at the Biokovo National park. 500 meters above sea level
Black Dalmatian pine forest at the Biokovo National park. 500 meters above sea level
Black Dalmatian pine forest at the Biokovo National park. 500 meters above sea level
Alpine road to Saint Jure peak in Biokovo National park
View to Makarska riviera, Makarska town, Hvar island and Peljesac peninsula
View to Makarska riviera, Makarska town, Hvar island and Peljesac peninsula
View to Makarska riviera, Baska Voda and Brela towns and Brach island
View to Makarska riviera, Baska Voda and Brela towns and Brach island
Deciduous sparse growth at 900 meters above sea level
Deciduous sparse growth at 900 meters above sea level
Dry meadows at Biokovo karst plateau. Altitude - 1200 meters above sea level
Dry meadows at Biokovo karst plateau. Fever-weed (Eryngium sp)
Dry meadows at Biokovo karst plateau. Fever-weed (Eryngium sp) and Golden Thistle (Carlina sp)
Mountain apiary (bee-garden). Altitude - 1300 meters above sea level
Meadow grass community at Biokovo karst plateau. Altitude - 1400 meters above sea level
Meadow grass community at Biokovo karst plateau. Altitude - 1400 meters above sea level
Biokovo mountains peaks. Forest zone border at 1100 meter above sea level.
Hvar island and Peljesac peninsula on the back
Biokovo mountains peaks. Forest zone border at 1100 meter above sea level
Alpine road to Saint Jure peak in Biokove National park
View to Bosnia and Herzegovina from Saint Jure peak. Altitude - 1762 meters above sea level
View to Adriatic Sea, Hvar island and Peljesac peninsula from Saint Jure peak
Makarska town from 1762 meters
Painted lady  (Vanessa cardui)
Mediterranean turtle (Testudo graeca)
Wild peach
Black Dalmatian pine (Pinus nigra)
Durmast (Quercus petraea)
Wild plum and young pine tree
Fire-site growing by young pine forest
Blue passion-flower (Passiflora carulea)
South Dalmacian coastal landscape near Gradac
South Dalmacian coastal landscape near Gradac
Bachinska Lakes near Ploche
Irrigated agricultural area at Neretva river delta
Irrigated agricultural area at Neretva river delta
Strait between Jaba mountains and Peljesac peninsula - Neretva canal. Mussel breeding farms
Malostone channel and mussel breeding farms
Malostone channel (Peljesac peninsula bay)
South Dalmacian landscape (near Dubrovnik)
South Dalmacian landscape (near Dubrovnik)
Dubrovnik town. Old town (Stari Grad)
Coastal landscape at Peljesac peninsula
Stari Grad Mountain at Peljesac peninsula and Rome Empire fortifications near Ston
Adriatic Sea and Dinarid Mountains - Biokovo National Park
Sunset in Brela

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Except these photograps you can find a lot of images of other geographical regions natural landscapes:
Russia (from West to East): West Baltic (Kurshskaya Kosa), Moscow Region (Central Russia), Northern Caucasus Mountains (Elbruz), Middle Volga (Taiga zone), Middle Volga (Steppe zone), Ural Mountains (Chusovaya river), Taz peninsula (North of Western Siberia), Ob-river valley (Central part of Western Siberia), Altai Steppe and Mountains (South of Western Siberia), Sayan Mountains (South of Western Siberia), Lake Baikal (South of Central Siberia), Sihote-Alin Mountains (South of the Far East), Kuril Islands;
Former USSR States: Georgia (Central Caucasus Mountains), Northern Tien-Shan: Issyk-Kul Lake and Zailiysky Alatau, Western Tien-Shan Mountains (Kirgizstan), Tadjikstan (Pamir Mountains);
Europe: Norway, Finland, UK: England and Scotland, UK: Wales, France, Switzerland, Austria, Croatia, Bulgaria, Greece, Cyprus;
Asia: Turkey, Middle East (Syria, Lebanon and Israel), North-East of China (Peking), Sri Lanka, Laos, Thailand, Indonesia (Bali Island);
North America: USA East coast (Eastern states), Alaska, Rocky Mountains (USA, Montana), Yellowstone National Park, Utah and Nevada mountains, South-West steppe and deserts (Arizona and Texas);
Central America: Mexico, Cuba (Caribbean), Guatemala and Honduras, Costa Rica;
South America: Venezuela (Orinoco River and Guiana Highlands), Central Andes and Amazonian Lowland (Peru), Precordillera (Argentina), Brazilian Highlands (Brazilian Plateau), Patagonia (Argentina), Land of Fire (Tierra del Fuego) Archipelago;
Africa: Tunis (Tunisia), Egypt, Tenerife Island (Canaries Archipelago) Kenya and Tanzania, Angola, Zambia, Namibia, Swaziland, South African Republic;
Australia and New Zealand: North Australia (Darwin), Australia Northern Territory, South-Eastern Australia (Sydney, New South Wales), South Australia (Melburn, Victoria), New Zealand: North Island, New Zealand: South Island;
Antarctic: Antarctic Peninsula.





 

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