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Neum - Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Neum is a town in Bosnia and Herzegovina, situated on the Adriatic coast. As the only city of this country lies at sea in a narrow corridor that Bosnia and Herzegovina has.
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