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Njegos Mausoleum On Lovcen Mountain
Montenegro

Njegos Mausoleum on Jezerski peak (1657 m) on Lovcen mountain near Cetinje in Montenegro. Mousoleum is one of the symbols of Montenegro.

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Uploaded: 04/04/2011
Updated: 27/08/2014
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Tags: lovcen; cetinje; njegos; crna gora; montenegro; mauzolej; njegosev mauzolej; np lovcen; nacionalni park lovcen
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