Slunj [sluɲ] (Hungarian Szluin, German outdated Sluin or isolated Slazuin, lat. Slovin) is a city in central Croatia. It is located 50 km south of Karlovac and 30 km from the Plitvice Lakes National Park. Slunj is the center of the area on the upper Kordun Korana, in the region bordering Bosnia and Herzegovina. The town has 5,076 inhabitants (2011 census) and is part of the Karlovac County. The district Rastoke is known that it is a smaller version of the Plitvice Lakes. Here, the river Slunjčica branched into many smaller creeks and flows through numerous cascades and small waterfalls into the Korana. Many old water mills can be visited.