Croatia has launched a campaign to save millions of litres of water from its waterfalls.
Croatia’s national water supply is currently under threat from rising temperatures and heavy rainfalls.
This summer, the country experienced more than 20 days with temperatures above the freezing mark.
The country has also been hit by floods.
The authorities have been urging residents to take steps to conserve water and prevent erosion in waterfalls in order to preserve the country’s unique landscape and culture.
According to a report from the Croatian Water Agency, waterfalls can be accessed in the following locations:The waterfalls are located at the base of the mountains, at the bottom of rivers and lakes and at the top of mountains, as well as in other areas where they are very accessible.
The most important point for visitors is to avoid the large rocks in the vicinity of the waterfalls and avoid walking around them.
Waterfalls are also an important source of revenue for local communities, according to the Croatian Environment Agency.
Croats have been taking advantage of the Croatian culture to protect and preserve nature for thousands of years, as the water and its surrounding rocks are a symbol of the countrys history.
Croaters also use the water for recreation and for irrigation.
Croatenia’s water and waterfalls have become a popular destination for people from all over the world.
The water and rocks are considered sacred and are known to be among the most beautiful natural treasures in the world, which are also used for religious ceremonies and ceremonies for weddings.