The sea has been captured. The salt harvested. pt1
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Sečovlje Salina Nature Park covers about 650 ha along the Slovene-Croatian boundary in the extreme south western part of Slovenia, in the southern part of the Community of Piran.
Its northern part, where active salt-making is still taking place, is called Lera. From the Park's southern part, called Fontanigge, it is separated by the bed of the Drnica stream.
Also by Branko Kovacic
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