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Bay of Kotor
Montenegro

Bay of Kotor view from a rock beside the Lovćen mountain road, 1250 m above sea level. Over the Vrmac mountain there is Tivat and its airport at Bay of Tivat. Further away there is the entrance of the bay and the Adriatic Sea.

Copyright: Istvan bozsik
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Uploaded: 24/09/2013
Updated: 09/10/2013
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Tags: montenegro; kotor; bay; mountain; serpentine road; tivat; airport; adriatic sea
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