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Sun Village apartments in Djenovic, Montenegro

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Sun Village apartment in Djenovic - Montenegro.

In Djenovic lives around 1500 people, and by surface it’s the smallest settlement in the city of Herceg Novi.

Djenovic are 8 km far from Herceg Novi and 20km far from airport in Tivat.

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