Good things come in small packages. The smallest of the state’s national parks, Kozara is a name that transcends simple descriptions of vegetation and activities. Kozara is a byword for history, for survival, for passion and for pride, the sight of numerous monumental historic events with the monoliths to prove it. The park covers just 34 square kilometres, but its unique altitude and climate means there is a wild variety of flora and fauna lurking within. Educational boards are all around, and there is also an adventure park for those looking to zip-line through the trees. A popular skiing destination sits on top, and Kozara has long been a popular spot for events both competitive and less so. The Monument to the Revolution is at the heart of the park, and it is from this stunning statue that the park itself was born.
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