This is a shaded relief map of Croatia, a country in south-central Europe, highlighting its many landforms.
The country has a total land area of 21,851 square miles (56,594 square kilometers), according to Britannica.
National Geographic notes that Croatia is home to many land features, including highlands, plains, and islands. Britannica adds that the country’s highest mountain is the Dinara, standing at 6,007 feet (1,831 meters). The Dinara is located in the central Dinaric Alps, near one of the borders with neighboring Bosnia and Herzegovina.
These books talk about Croatia and how much fun you can do there:
- Lonely Planet Croatia (Country Guide)
- Croatia: A History from the Middle Ages to the Present Day
- Fodor’s Essential Croatia: with a Side Trip to Montenegro (Travel Guide)
- Sailing Croatia on a Shoestring: Proving it’s possible to sail in Croatia on a budget
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