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Bardanjolt Hill, height 278, Shkoder - alb. Bardhanjoret
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Bardanjolt (alb. Bardhanjoret) je brdsko zemljište istočno i sjeveroistočno od Skadra, na kojem su se vodile teške borbe između crnogorsko-srpskih i otomanskih snaga prilikom opsade Skadra u Prvom balkanskom ratu 1912-1913.

Prvi crnogorski napad na Bardanjolt trajao je od 28. do 30. oktobra 1912. i završio se otomanskom pobedom. Drugi napad na Bardanjolt trajao je od 7. do 9. februara 1913. i završio se crnogorskom pobedom, uz velike žrtve. Uporedo sa tim, vođena je i bitka na Brdici, drugoj skadarskoj predstraži, završena teškim porazom.

Trodnevna bitka na Velikom Bardanjoltu od 7. do 9. februara 1913. zauzima istaknuto mjesto među bitkama Balkanskog rata.


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