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Monument To Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin In Podgorica

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Monument to Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin  in boulevard Svetog Petra Cetinjskog near galery Centar and The Parliament of Montenegro in Podgorica, Montenegro.

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A: Podgorica In February 2012 Under Snow

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B: Podgorica Under Snow - King Nikolas Monument

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C: Podgorica Under Snow - Parliament Of Montenegro

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D: Monument to King Nikola (Nicholas) I Petrovic

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E: Bulevar Svetog Petra Cetinjskog - Near Main Post Office

by Marijan Marijanovic, 110 meters away

Crossing between boulevard Svetog Petra Cetinjskog and Ulica Slobode, near Main Post office.

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F: Podgorica Under Snow In February 2012

by Marijan Marijanovic, 120 meters away

Podgorica under snow in february 2012, St. Petar Cetinjski boulevard.

Podgorica Under Snow In February 2012

G: Podgorica Under Snow / February 2012

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Podgorica under snow, february 2012.

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H: Transformers In Podgorica 7

by Marijan Marijanovic, 140 meters away

Sculpture of Transformers in Podgorica, August 2014.

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I: Sloboda Street Under Snow

by Marijan Marijanovic, 170 meters away

Podgorica under snow, february 2012.

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J: View On Skaline - Podgorica

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View on skaline in Podgorica: Near by is Nemanja's town.

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