Location - Triglav National Park, Slovenia
Amazing corner of the Earth
The park is located in the Julian Alps and is named after Slovenia's highest mountain, Triglav (2864 meters). Its territories are among the oldest European nature reserves.
At the very entrance to the park, surrounded by high mountains, there is a fabulously beautiful lake of glacial origin - Bohinj.
Lake Bohinj is located at an altitude of 525 meters above sea level and is the largest lake in Slovenia. It reminds me of the Norwegian fjords.
Unlike Lake Bled, there are practically no traces of urbanization on its shores. The exception is the village of Ribchev Laz, which is located at the mouth of the Jezemica River.
But Ribchev Láz is exactly the case when man-made structures do not spoil the almost perfect local landscape, but laconically complement it.