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Velja Mogila -Tumulus - Gornji Susanj, Bar
Montenegro
Velja mogila je od kamena, oblik joj je kupast, sa zatupastim vrhom, osnova joj je u obliku kruga, sa prečnikom od 28 metara. Visoka je nešto više od sedam metara, i do njenog vrha vode kamene stepenice visokog nogostupa, pa se nevični penjanju lako zadišu. Ali, kad se popnu na vrh, isplati se, još kad duva lagani vjetar – čini ti se da si na vrhu svijeta, toliko je pred tobom čistog horizonta. source: http://www.barinfo.me/text.php?kategorija=8&id=285
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Uploaded: 26/01/2013
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