The Pliva Waterfall is located by the town of Jajce, in central Bosnia and Herzegovina, where the river Pliva meets the river Vrbas. It was 30 meters high, but after an earthquake during the Bosnian war and attacks on the power plant further up the river, the area was flooded and now the waterfall is 22 meters high, now it is the sixth largest in the world. It is unique because it is in the middle of the town and it is one of the twelve most beautiful in the world.
Watermills 8 or 10 km upstream
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