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Katun Pesica

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Bjelasica is a mountain range in North Central Montenegro. The highest point of Bjelasica is Crna Glava ("Black Head"), which is 2,139 m (7,018 ft) high. Pesica lake is the second largest lake in the region of NP Biogradska gora on Bjelasica mountain. The lake is about 290m long and 150m wide and situated at an altitude of 1838 m.

link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bjelasica

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This panorama was taken in Montenegro, Europe

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