The Savica Waterfall is a tourist attraction in Bohinj in Slovenia. The comparison shows how little the waterfall, located in the Triglav National Park, has changed in nearly a century.
The Savica Waterfall stands out because of its distinctive "A-shape" - the water course is divided into two parts in the hidden undergrounds. It is also the source of the Sava Bohinjka river.
The old photograph was taken by Slovene photographer Vekoslav Kramarič. His photos appeared of Slovene places frequently appeared on postcards. His photographs were collected and organized by the Slovene Ethnographic Museum (Slovenski etnografski muzej).
Nice one!! Thanks for sharing aljazkolar!! The changing of this waterfall is in the seasons. I was there last February and only the left one gave some water. On the other hand, there were not so many people and it was a white winter fairytale. There are not so many contributors here on re.photos of this region. Here you'll find one of mine at the other side of Bohinjsko Jezero: https://www.facebook.com/Yugoslavia1926PresentInthefootstepsofKurtHielscher/posts/452692615169215 Maybe you'll like it?? Pozdravljeni, Casper