River Jadro

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Jadro is a watercourse in Dalmatia in Croatia that flows into the Adriatic Sea. The upper course of the River Jadro, as well as its source, the source Jadro, are protected as an ichthyological nature reserve, partly due to the presence of endemic species of soft-mouthed trout. of the ancient city which included Diocletian's Palace (today the area within the present-day city of Split.) Modern research indicates a favorable level of water quality in the river near the source at the source of the Jadro.

The sail flows through the town of Solin and is approximately four kilometers long. Moreover, the river supplies water to the cities of Split, Kaštela and Trogir. The people of Solin also call it Solinska rika

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№10 of 10 places in Solin
№2041 of 2178 places in Croatia
№1 of 1 rivers in Solin
№5 of 7 rivers in Croatia

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rivers

Location

Solin

Place Location

21210, Solin

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