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Churches of Budva
Montenegro
Almost surprisingly you will exit narrow streets of Budva old town and your your view will expand to see this large plateau. Once a central spot of ancient town it is dominated by medieval Citadel, Church of Holy Trinity and St. Ivan cathedral
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