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View On Bar From Old Fortress Near Sutorman
Montenegro

View on Bar from old fortress near Sutorman and Tudjemili on old road to Bar. Bar is is a coastal town in Montenegro with population of 17,727. Bar is also main seaport in Montenegro.

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Uploaded: 18/08/2011
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