Mountain Vrmac, peak Velji vrh (712m)
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Mountain Vrmac, peak Velji vrh (712m)

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Vrmac is a mountain in southern Montenegro.

It is located north of town of Tivat, and encloses town of Kotor from the south.

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A: Kotor bay

by Zoran Nikolić, 1.5 km away

One of most beautiful place on theworld is Boka bay in Montenegro.

Kotor bay

B: Lepetane - Kamenari ferry

by Atila Bezdan, 2.3 km away

Lepetane - Kamenari ferry

C: Lepetane Dock For Kamenari - Lepetane Ferry

by Marijan Marijanovic, 2.4 km away

View on Lepetane dock for Kamenary - Lepetane ferry in Bay of Kotor.

Lepetane Dock For Kamenari - Lepetane Ferry

D: Lepetane - View On Bay Of Kotor

by Marijan Marijanovic, 2.5 km away

View on Bay of Kotor from Lepetane. Near is dock for Kamenari-Lepetane ferry. 

Lepetane - View On Bay Of Kotor

E: Montenegro. Herceg Novi. Паром через пролив Вериге.

by Евгений Орлов, 2.6 km away

An alternative bus route around the coast of the Bay of Kotor is a ferry across the Strait of Verige....

Montenegro. Herceg Novi. Паром через пролив Вериге.

F: View On Bay Of Kotor From Kamenari - Lepetane Ferry

by Marijan Marijanovic, 2.8 km away

View on Bay Of Kotor from Kamenari - Lepetane ferry.

View On Bay Of Kotor From Kamenari - Lepetane Ferry

G: Tivat, Porto Montenegro, Submarine

by Atila Bezdan, 2.8 km away

Tivat, Porto Montenegro, Submarine

H: Montenegro 2014. Perast. Eastern edge.

by Евгений Орлов, 3.1 km away

Montenegro. Perast. Eastern edge. Crkva Gospa od Karmena.

Montenegro 2014. Perast. Eastern edge.

I: Perast

by Simonyan Sergey, 3.1 km away

Perast

J: Perast

by Simonyan Sergey, 3.1 km away

Perast

This panorama was taken in Montenegro, Europe

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