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Climb to the saddle below the ridge of the Mountain Hajla (16th Memorial expedition "SAFET MAVRIC - Chaco") January 2013

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The photo was taken at a January 12, 2013, at the three-day tour, (on 16th Memorial expedition "SAFET MAVRIĆ - Ćako"), on border between Kosovo and Montenegro, at the start of the climb to the saddle, which is located below the mountain Hajla ridge. Hajla is a mountain situated on the border between the state of Montenegro and Kosovo, and belongs to the North-Eastern part of Prokletije mountain range. Actually, with the height of 2,403m it is the highest mountain of this part of Prokletije. Many people consider Hajla to be one of the most beautifull mountains of Montenegro.

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