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Mountain Vrmac, peak Velji vrh (712m)
Montenegro

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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Uploaded: 05/11/2012
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Tags: vrmac; velji vrh; gornja lastva; tivat; bay of kotor; bokokotorski zaliv; tivatski zaliv; risanski zaliv. kotorski zaliv; tivat airports
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