Plitvice National Park Weddings | Lake Kozjak

Lake Kozjak

The eastern part of Kozjak is built of karstified rudist limestone of Cretaceous age.

About 400 years ago, Lake Kozjak consisted of two lakes separated by a fall about 40 m high. However, the travertine barrier near today’s Kozjak barrier (the Kozjak bridges) began to grow at a greater pace than the one that separated the two lakes. The lake’s water level gradually covered the fall and when the barrier was sunken, the two lakes merged into the lake we see today.

A peculiarity of this lake is Štefanija’s island, 275 m long and 60 m wide, with an area of 0,014 The island is formed of Triassic dolomite. Beech and hazel-trees grow here, along with the other low shrub.

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