Krka is the seventh national park in Croatia known for its large number of lakes and waterfalls. It is named after the river Krka which is part of the park. The national park is located in central Dalmatia downstream from Miljevac, and only a few kilometers northeast of the city of Šibenik. It covers the area along the river Krka, which springs at the foot of the Dinara mountain near Knin, flows through a 75 km long canyon, flows through Lake Prokljan, and flows into the Šibenik Bay. It covers 109 square kilometers, of which 25.6 square kilometers is water surface. Today, the Krka River has 7 travertine waterfalls and its beauties represent a natural phenomenon, which is recommended to visit in spring and summer because then it is in full glory, and you can also refresh yourself in clean water. Krka became a national park on January 24, 1985. year and is the seventh national park in Croatia. It is known for its large number of lakes and waterfalls. The Jaruga hydroelectric power plant below the Skradinski buk waterfall is the second oldest hydroelectric power plant in the world and the first in Europe. It was built on August 28, 1895, just three days after the world's first hydroelectric plant at Niagara Falls.