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Lesendro - Fortification From XIX Century On Skadar Lake / Montenegro
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Lesendro on Skadarsko lake in Montenegro was XIX century fortification, 27km away from Podgorica. Originaly Lesendro was situated on island , but now it is peninsula. Lesendro was under Montenegrian and Ottoman administration.

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Uploaded: 11/10/2010
Updated: 27/08/2014
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Tags: podgorica; montenegro; lesendro; skadarsko jezero; skadar lake
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