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Danilov Most (Bridge)
Montenegro

Gate of desire, a place where by the belief Villa from Maganik grant wishes, if not intended to harm others.

Canyon of Mrtvica river is placed in the central part of Montenegro. This mountain river has carved the canyon whose cliffs  rise up to 1100m. Located about 35 km from Kolasin towards Podgorica Mrtvica Canyon abounds in natural beauty whith springs from Bijeli nerini, which waterfalls flow into the river Mrtvica. Through the canyon Mrtvica is marked hiking paths whose length is 12.5 km. This path leads up to a beautiful stone bridge built by Prince Danilo as a legacy to his mother. This river abounds in hidden springs and waterfalls, and the water temperature during the summer is low enough that only few can swim.

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Tags: kolasin; kanjon mrtvice; danilov most; montenegro
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