Photographer's Note

The Neretva (pronounced [něreːtʋa], Serbian Cyrillic: Неретва), also known as the Narenta, is one of the largest rivers of the eastern part of the Adriatic basin. Four HE power-plants with large dams (higher than 15 metres)[2] provide flood protection, power and water storage. It is recognized for its natural environment and diversity of its landscape.[3]

Freshwater ecosystems have suffered from an increasing population and the associated development pressures. One of the most valuable natural resources of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia is its freshwater resource,[4] contained by an abundant wellspring and clear rivers.[4][5] Situated between the major regional rivers (Drina river on the east, Una river on the west and the Sava river) the Neretva basin contains the most significant[4] source of drinking water.

The Neretva is notable[6][7] among rivers of the Dinaric Alps region, especially regarding its diverse ecosystems and habitats, flora and fauna, cultural and historic heritage.[4][5]

Its name has been suggested to come from the Indo-European root *ner, meaning "to dive". The same root is seen in the Serbo-Croatian root "roniti".[8]

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  • Copyright: Mesut Tas (Mesut09) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 125 W: 0 N: 194] (1072)
  • Genre: Miejsca
  • Medium: Kolorowe
  • Date Taken: 2019-10-10
  • Categories: Natura
  • Wersja zdjęcia: Oryginalna wersja
  • Date Submitted: 2019-10-22 21:48
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Points: 4
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