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Islands On Lake Skadar
Montenegro

Lake Skadar is the largest lake on Balkan peninsula. 2/3 of its surface is in Montenegro. The Montenegrin part of the lake and its surrounding area were declared a national park in 1983. Its surface can vary between 370 km² (140 sq mi) and 530 km² (200 sq mi). It is one of the largest bird reserves in Europe, having 270 bird species.

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Uploaded: 17/08/2011
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Tags: skadarsko jezero; skadar lake; virpazar; montenegro
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