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Ada Bojana - Near Montenegro Albania Border
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Ada Bojanais an island in the Ulcinj Municipality in Montenegro.The name Ada means island in Turkish language.

The island is created by river delta of Bojana River. It is located on the southernmost tip of Montenegro, with only the Bojana river separating it from Pulaj and Velipoje in the Albanian territory.

The island is of triangular shape, bordered from two sides by the Bojana river, and by the Adriatic Sea from the south-west. It has an area of 4,8 square km.

link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ada_Bojana

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