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Zabljak, Sun Village
Montenegro

Sun Village - Zabljak, Montenegro

Zabljak is the highest city in Montenegro on an altitude of 1450m above sea.

Above Zabljak is Durmitor Mountain with its tip called Bobotov kuk on an altitude of 2523 m. Massive of Durmitor mountain spread among canyon of Tara, rivers Piva, Komarnica and Sinjajevine Mountain.

Copyright: Franja Bezdan
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Uploaded: 20/04/2009
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Tags: zabljak; sun village; montenegro; crna gora; mountain; planina; ski; panorama; 360; durmitor; apartment
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