Budva citadel

My wife at Budva Citadel

This medieval fortress is located in the hart of Budva old town. Originally built in 17th century it suffered catastrophic damage in 1979 earthquake and was rebuild completely by 1987.  Today it is one of the main tourist attractions on Montenegro coast of Adriatic sea

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Uploaded: 04/09/2012
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Tags: citadel; old town; fort; fortress; crna gora; montenegro; cathedral; church; budva; riviera; island; sea; adriatic; jadransko; more; jadran; plaza; summer; harbor
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