Geography in Croatia

Croatia is position is described as a part of Central Europe and Southeast Europe, covering territory of 56,594 km sq. It is world’s 127th largest country. It is about the size of West Virginia. Half of Croatia is rocky and barren lying in Dinaric Alps. The Dinaric Alps boasts the highest mountain in Croatia which is 1,831-metre (6,007 ft) Dinara—as well as all other mountains in Croatia higher than 1,500 metre. Zagreb is a land of rolling hills and in the east region of agriculture Pannonian Plain is bordered by Drava, Danube and Sara Rivers. Approximately one-third of Croatia is forested. Croatia’s territorial waters cover 18,981 square kilometers. One of the striking qualities of the Croatian drift is that it has an aggregate of 1,244 islands, islets, shakes and reefs. Croatian waterways have a place with the drainage basins of the Black Sea (62%) and Adriatic (38%). The zone incorporates the biggest waterways streaming in the nation: the Danube, Sava, Drava, Mur and Kupa. 

There are 444 secured regular zones in Croatia, enveloping 8.5% of the nation; there are around 37,000 known species in Croatia, and the aggregate number of species is assessed to be somewhere in the range of 50,000 and 100,000.

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