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Old Bar Town
Montenegro

Old Bar fortress is one of the world’s largest fortified archaeological sites. It is located on 3-4 km from town Bar, where is main seaport in Montenegro. In old documentst name Bar is first time mentioned in X century. Near by is old olive tree, estimated age of 2000 years.

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