The Krka River is due to the great natural, scientific and cultural value, declared a national park in 1985, which is annually visited by more than 700,000 tourists.
In the course of the long 72 km Krka has seven travertine waterfalls of which the most famous are Skradinski buk, 45.7 meters high with 17 steps and Roski, a height of 25.5 meters. Archaeological excavations discovered the remains of pottery, flint blades and bones back to the Palaeolithic. The jewel of the national park is the island of Visovac on which a Franciscan monastery, a valuable cultural and historical monument. Other important religious monument, the Orthodox monastery of St. Archangel. It keeps valuable book, icons, manuscripts and liturgical.
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