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The Petrovic Palace In Podgorica
Montenegro

The Petrovic Palace used to be the winter home of the Petrovic family (rulers of Montenegro from XVIII, XIX and begining of XX century). Today it is a place to art exhibitions of individual and collective pieces of art.

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