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Proscenje Mountains, Peak Mammoth Buren (1578m) Mamutski Buren
Montenegro

Prošćenske planine pružaju se sjeverno od desne obale Tare. Pretežno su izgrađene od paleozojskih škriljaca (filiti, argofiliti i konglomerati). Na većim visinama ima verfrenskih sedimenata i ponegdje krečnjaka i dolomita srednjeg trijasa. Strane Prošćenskih planina prema rijeci Tari sui veoma strme, gotovo vertikalne, a na samoj planini ređaju se vrhovi (Ljeljeni vrh), vrtače i dolovi na kojima se nalaze katuni prošćenskih stočara. Crvena Lokva (1.648 m), koja se nalazi na ovoj planini, predstavlja najvisočije stalno naseljeno naselje u opštini Mojkovac.

Copyright: Sasa Vukovic
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Uploaded: 09/03/2013
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Tags: mamutski buren; mammoth buren; prošćenske planine; mojkovac; bijelo polje; montenegro; prošćenje
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