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SKRADINSKI BUK - National Park Krka
Skradinski Buk is a massive, clear, natural pool with quite high waterfalls at one end and cascades at the other located in the Krka National Park, in Croatia. It is the lowest of the three sets of waterfalls formed along the Krka River. Skradinski Buk is one of the most unusual and beautiful landscapes in Krka National Park, about 50 kilometers downstream from the Krka source and 13 kilometers downstream from Roski slap (Roski waterfalls).  

As with the Roški slap, here you can see several restored mills that have utilized the strength of the water's current for centuries. Respecting the traditional architectural values, nearby stone houses have been renovated into souvenir shops and restaurants, while others have been renovated into exhibit spaces where ethnographic collections are on display. On the left riverbank, there are the remains of the first hydroelectric power plant in Croatia. The Krka hydroelectric power plant (later called Jaruga I) was constructed and began operations on 28 August 1895, only two days after the first hydroelectric plant in the world, Adams power plant on the Niagara River began its operation. It was in operation until World War I when it was decommissioned for military purposes. Today's Jaruga II hydroelectric power plant was constructed in 1903.
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