Travertine waterfalls in Martin Brod - Una National Park

Photo by Jasam.

Complex of travertine waterfalls in Martin Brod - Una National Park is part of the Tentative list of Bosnia Herzegovina in order to qualify for inclusion in the World Heritage List.

Martin Brod, in the municipality of Bihać, is a village part of the Una National Park, near the border with Dalmatian Croatia. The river Una forms there an 800-meter-long series of tufa waterfalls and cascades with a vertical drop of 54 meters, the largest and longest complex of waterfalls in the park. The area is also home to endemic species of reptiles and plants.

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Full Name
Complex of travertine waterfalls in Martin Brod - Una National Park
Country
Bosnia Herzegovina
Added
2019
Nominated for
2026
Type
Natural
Categories
Natural landscape - Rivers, Wetlands and Lakes
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By ID
2024 Incomplete - not examined

2021 Preparatory Assistance

Funding not granted: focus on upstream process for Vjetrenica cave

2019 Added to Tentative List

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