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Vladimir Vysotsky Monument In Podgorica
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Vladimir Vysotsky monument in Podgorica. Vladimir Semyonovich Vysotsky (1938-1980) was Russian singer, songwriter, poet and actor. On monument is writen: 

mne: ...ja zalim u ovom zivotu sto nemam korijena dva, sto drugom domovinom mojom ne zovem Crnu Goru ja!

(en: ...I regret in this life that I don′t have two roots, and as my second homeland i can′t name Montenegro)

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