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Lake Skadar - View on Fortress Grmozur (Island) From Road To Ostros
Montenegro

Lake Skadar is the largest lake on Balkan peninsula. 2/3 of its surface is in Montenegro. Some small islands like Beška, with two churches on it and Grmožur, a former fortress and prison can be found on the southwest side of the lake. This is view on island fortress Grmozur from road to Ostros.

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