Road To Podgorica - Crkvine Near Kolasin
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Road To Podgorica - Crkvine Near Kolasin

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View on main road to Podgorica near Crkvine, Kolasin and monastery Moraca.

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A: Look at the Moracke mountains from Tisov Krs - southeast Sinjajevina

di Sasa Vukovic, 4.3 km di distanza

Sinjajevina Mountain stretches from SE to NW, between town of Kolašin and village of Njegovuđa, near ...

Look at the Moracke mountains from Tisov Krs - southeast Sinjajevina

B: Look at the road curve in Mioska and Moracke mountains from Tisov Krs - southeast Sinjajevina

di Sasa Vukovic, 4.3 km di distanza

Sinjajevina Mountain stretches from SE to NW, between town of Kolašin and village of Njegovuđa, near ...

Look at the road curve in Mioska and Moracke mountains from Tisov Krs - southeast Sinjajevina

C: Monastery Moraca

di Marijan Marijanovic, 4.3 km di distanza

Monastry Moraca is located in central Montenegro near Podgorica in the valley of the Moraca river. It...

Monastery Moraca

D: Mountain Umovi - at the top of smaller peak of the two peaks

di Sasa Vukovic, 4.4 km di distanza

Sinjajevina Mountain stretches from SE to NW, between town of Kolašin and village of Njegovuđa, near ...

Mountain Umovi - at the top of smaller peak of the two peaks

E: Kazani (1864) viewpoint - SouthEast Sinjajevina

di Sasa Vukovic, 5.1 km di distanza

Sinjajevina Mountain stretches from SE to NW, between town of Kolašin and village of Njegovuđa, near ...

Kazani (1864) viewpoint - SouthEast Sinjajevina

F: Mountain Umovi - south side the of top - of taller peak of the two peaks (1945m)

di Sasa Vukovic, 5.3 km di distanza

Sinjajevina Mountain stretches from SE to NW, between town of Kolašin and village of Njegovuđa, near ...

Mountain Umovi - south side the of top - of taller peak of the two peaks (1945m)

G: Mountain Umovi - the top of taller peak of the two peaks (1945m)

di Sasa Vukovic, 5.3 km di distanza

Sinjajevina Mountain stretches from SE to NW, between town of Kolašin and village of Njegovuđa, near ...

Mountain Umovi - the top of taller peak of the two peaks (1945m)

H: Mountain Umovi - north side of the top - of taller peak of the two peaks (1945m)

di Sasa Vukovic, 5.3 km di distanza

Sinjajevina Mountain stretches from SE to NW, between town of Kolašin and village of Njegovuđa, near ...

Mountain Umovi - north side of the top - of taller peak of the two peaks (1945m)

I: Mountain Tali - peak Ruda Glava (2020m)

di Sasa Vukovic, 7.1 km di distanza

Tali (2063m) is the most impressive peak of Moracha mountain ranges in Montenegro. Moracha mountain r...

Mountain Tali - peak Ruda Glava (2020m)

J: Mountain Tali - saddle between peak Kule - 2063m (Towers) and Peak Kokosija Glava (Chicken Head)

di Sasa Vukovic, 7.3 km di distanza

Tali (2063m) is for sure the most impressive peak of MORAčKE PLANINE (Morača Mountains), which belong...

Mountain Tali - saddle between peak Kule - 2063m (Towers) and Peak Kokosija Glava (Chicken Head)

Questo panorama è stato scattato in Montenegro, Europe

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Text by Steve Smith.

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