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Gorica hill, city ​​of Podgorica.
Montenegro

Gorica hill, on which is the capital of Montenegro got its name, is a popular picnic and recreation paradise, arranged with pedestrian, bicycle and jogging paths. Located in the center of city Podgorica. And this is its highest point, 130 meters above sea level.

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