Ruins Of The Old Bar
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Ruins Of The Old Bar

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View on Old town Bar ruins near Bar, Montenegro. Near is town Bar, main seaport in Montenegro and Old olive tree, estimated age 2000 year.

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A: Montenegro. Old Bar. Археологический Музей.

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B: Old Bar Town

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C: View On Aqueduct And Old Bar Fortress

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D: Old bar Ruins - April 2014

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E: View From Fortress Walls - Old Bar - April 2014

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F: Old Bar Fortress

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G: Montenegro. Old Bar. Цитадель в Старом городе.

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H: Old Bar Fortress And Aqueduct - April 2014

by Marijan Marijanovic, 60 meters away

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I: Old Bar Fortress - Cliffs - April 2014

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J: Old City Bar, bridge on small river Lektion, northeast side of the City

by Sasa Vukovic, 60 meters away

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