The map is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line with UNSCR 1244/1999 and the ICJ opinion on the Kosovo declaration of independence.


<p>The Zrmanja River in Croatia is one of those places you need to see to believe they exist. This wild river runs for 69 kilometers through the rugged karst landscape forming several canyons and karst fields before flowing into the Adriatic Sea through a long estuary. Along the way, it creates tufa barriers and waterfalls that make this river unique.</p> <p>The river&rsquo;s beauty is complimented by the majesty of Velebit, Croatia&rsquo;s largest and most significant mountain. Hidden in the karst landscape, the Zrmanja River winds through narrow valleys carving deep canyons. This has enabled the development of endemic species that call the river their home, such as the Zrmanja chub.</p> <p>The river flows through many now abandoned villages, shaping a cultural landscape where human activities and natural processes harmoniously coexist. Old bridges over the river, abandoned stone houses and water mills contribute to the unique beauty of the river and the surrounding area. Many waterfalls and turquoise clear waters make it a popular destination with rafters and kayakers, attracting adventurers from across the world.</p> <p>The Zrmanja River is one of the most spectacular rivers in Southeast Europe that leaves a lasting impression on all who experience it. It is part of the Natura 2000 Network and is partially protected by national legislation. However, there is a need for additional conservation, which is why The Nature Conservancy is working on establishing durable river protection.</p>