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Ruins Of Old Bar Town - April 2014
Montenegro

Old Bar is situated some 5 km from the sea. It occupies a rocky slope on the bottom of mountain Rumija, while protected by nearly vertical, inaccessible cliffs on the east and the south sides. First recorded mention of the town dates back to the 8th century AD.

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