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Boka Waterfall by SparklingGirl
Boka Waterfall by SparklingGirl

The view of the vertical rocky walls with the Boka Waterfall in the centre is truly eye-catching. Waters that accumulate in the high mountains of the Kanin mountain chain come tumbling over a rocky shelf and then free-fall in two stages for 106 metres and, directly afterwards, another 30 metres. Due to the fact that the waters hit the ground hard and the resulting erosion, the height of these falls are slowly increasing. In spring and autumn, when the snow melts and larger quantities of rainfall, the Boka Waterfall becomes particularly loud and photogenic because it achieves the greatest flow. The Boka Waterfall is well visible from the Bovec-Žaga road. On the right side of the bridge, a well-marked path leads to the panoramic viewpoint. (Bovec, Slovenia)

 

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