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Bobotov Kuk - View On Zabljak, Crno Lake And Veliko Skrcko Lake

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Bobotov kuk (2523 m) is highest peak on Durmitor. The Massif of mountain Durmitor has 48 peaks above 2000 m.

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A: Bobotov Kuk - View From Summit

by Marijan Marijanovic, 10 meters away

Durmitor is a mountain in North Western Montenegro. It reaches a height of 2,522 mand has 48 peaks ab...

Bobotov Kuk - View From Summit

B: Bobotov Kuk Summit Durmitor

by Marijan Marijanovic, 10 meters away

Durmitor mountain is situated in North Western Montenegro. It has 48 peaks above 2000 m. Bobotov kuk ...

Bobotov Kuk Summit Durmitor

C: View On Skrtsko Jezero On Durmitor

by Marijan Marijanovic, 30 meters away

View on Veliko (great) and Malo (small) Skrtsko jezero (lake), path to Bobotov Kuk, Sareni Pasovi, Zu...

View On Skrtsko Jezero On Durmitor

D: Bobotov kuk - view from the top

by Hrvoje Mikolčević, 40 meters away

Bobotov kuk (2523m) is the highest peak of Durmitor mountain and 4th highest peak in Montenegro. Most...

Bobotov kuk - view from the top

E: View On Bobotov Kuk Summit

by Marijan Marijanovic, 50 meters away

View on Bobotov kuk summit on Durmitor, Montenegro.

View On Bobotov Kuk Summit

F: View From Bobotov Kuk (July 2011)

by Marijan Marijanovic, 220 meters away

Bobotov Kuk is highest peak on Durmitor mountain ( 2522m ). Near is Zabljak and Crno jezero (lake).

View From Bobotov Kuk (July 2011)

G: Durmitor View From Path To Bobotov Kuk Summit

by Marijan Marijanovic, 450 meters away

Bobotov Kuk (2523 m) is highest peak on Durmitor mountain.

Durmitor View From Path To Bobotov Kuk Summit

H: View On Bobotov Kuk, Sareni Pasovi And Zeleni Vir On Durmitor

by Marijan Marijanovic, 500 meters away

View On Bobotov Kuk (highest peak on Durmitor monutain 2522 m), Zeleni Vir (small lake), Zupci, Saren...

View On Bobotov Kuk, Sareni Pasovi And Zeleni Vir On Durmitor

I: Zeleni Vir - Durmitor

by Marijan Marijanovic, 790 meters away

View on Zeleni vir (small lake) and path to Bobotv Kuk on Durmitor, near Zabljak, Montenegro.

Zeleni Vir - Durmitor

J: Zeleni Vir Near Path To Bobotov Kuk

by Marijan Marijanovic, 880 meters away

Small lake on path to Bobotov kuk (2523 m).

Zeleni Vir Near Path To Bobotov Kuk

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