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Shëngjin - Albania, Medova, Sveti Jovan Medovski (it. San Giovanni di Medua, en. St. John)
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Port of Shëngjin, Luka Šenđin ili Sveti Jovan Medovski (al. Shëngjin - Sveti Jovan, it. San Giovanni di Medua, nekad samo Medova) je primorski grad u Lješkom distriktu, u severnoj Albaniji. U gradu se nalazi značajna luka Šenđin. The photo was taken at a one-day tour, 25 November 2012, organized by the Mountaineering Club PK Oblun and mountaineering guide Zoran S. Mirotić.

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