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Museum In Perast - Montenegro
Montenegro

Perast is old town in Bay of Kotor. It is situated a few kilometres northwest of Kotor. Near Perast there are two small islands: one is called St. George island, and the other called Gospa od Skrpljela, and each has a picturesque chapel.

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