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Savin Kuk Ski Resort
Montenegro

Ski centre Savin kuk is on the slopes of the eponymous mountain peak. Its highest point is at 2,010 m above sea level and elevation is 800 m. Near by is Zabljak,  one of the most famous ski centres in Montenegro. It is covered with snow 120 days a year.

link: http://www.montenegro.travel/en/8480/northern-region/zabljak/sports-and-recreation/ski-ski-sports-and-ski-centers-ski-schools/ski

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