Mavrovo-National Park Macedonia


Нема на залиха

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Нема на залиха


Publisher: Trimax

Year of publication: 2016

Dimensions: 96×66

Size: 1:55 000

Preparation: Printed on a pot. Varnished. Packed in a bag.

Mavrovo on April 19, 1949 has been declared a national park with an area of ​​11 750 ha. Its territory has grown more than six times or to 73.088 ha.

In the park there are 36 populated places in 4 landscapes: Mavrovska Kotlina, Gorna Reka, Mala Reka and Dolna Reka. The park is located on the territory of the municipality of Mavrovo-Rostusha and is the largest national park in Macedonia. The area of ​​the Park covers Shar Planina, Bistra, Korab and Deshat. The Radika River runs through the middle of the National Park.

In this park, 12 rare rare herbs and other 33 species of herbs rarely found in the other part of the country can be found. The fauna is represented by 12 species of amphibians, 12 species of reptiles, 140 bird species, 38 species of mammals (among them bear, rice, wild goat and deer).

Besides the Mavrovo Lake, the main representatives of the hydrography in the NP “Mavrovo” are the river Radika and its tributaries. It separates the mountains Bistra, Korab, and Shar Planina. The river runs through the central and lower part of the National Park. the valley of the river is characterized by beautiful landscapes and places suitable for sport fishing.

The National Park is rich with glacial lakes, of which 14 are permanent. The lowest of them is Lake Lokuv on the Deshat Mountain, and the highest one is located below the Golem Korab peak at 2.470 m.