Krka National Park
Krka National Park is the Croatian national parks. The name of the park is based on the river Krka that it surrounds. It is situated in the core of the central Dalmatia, in Šibenik-Knin county and just a few kilometres far from northeast of the city of Šibenik. It was created to defend the Krka River and is planed mainly for cultural, scientific, recreational, educational and for tourism. It is the seventh national park in Croatia and was announced as a national park in 1985.
Skradinski buk is the main attraction of the park. It is a huge, lucid, natural pool with tall waterfalls situated in the Krka National Park in Croatia. It is the smallest of the three waterfalls structured along the Krka River. 17 waterfalls are there in the area of 400 m in length and 100 m in width and the sum dissimilarity in stature between the first and the last falls is 47.7 m. Due to the prosperity and range of geomorphologic shapes, vegetation, and the variety of effects reasoned by the play of lights. Skradinski buk is believed to be one of the most attractive waterfalls of calcium carbonate in Europe.