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National Park Sutjeska covers the area of 16,052.34 hectares, of which more then 66% is covered with forest, meadows and pastures. Park extends over an mountain area at junction of borders of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, and it is bounded with rivers Piva, Drina and Neretva and mountains Bioč, Vučevo, Maglić, Volujak, Lebršnik and Zelengora.
The highest peak of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Maglić (2,386 m.n.v.), is located in the area of the Park. Considering its beauty and the fact that it is intact nature, this national park was categorized as II category according to IUCN(International Union for Conservation of Nature) in year 2000.
At the heart of the Park, there is a strict nature reserve Perućica (1.434 ha), the largest and best preserved primeval forest in Europe, where any intervention and human interference is strictly forbidden since establishment of the National Park.
There are eight glacier lakes on Zelengora mountain, and they are known as “Mountain eyes”, but also, there are impressive canyons of Sutjeska, Hrčavka and Jabučnica, clear mountain rivers teeming with brown trout.