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Vjosa River, the largest wild river in Europe
It takes its source in Greece and flows in Albania to the Adriatic. With a length of 167 miles, the Vjosa is the largest and one of the last wild rivers in Europe. This is a unique case on the continent, the river is home to any human exploitation. The valley is the natural habitat of the Balkan lynx, brown bear, and gray wolf. A project is underway to obtain the designation national park to protect the Vjosa. Photo credit: Jay Basha
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