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At the pool
Montenegro
My family enjoying at the swimming pool at the aqua park in Becici, Montenegro. Being the only public waterworld on Montenegro coast it is a nice place to visit when you want the change the scenery
Copyright: Boris mrdja
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Tags: family; pool; swimming; aqua; park; aquapark; akvapark; children; summer; montenegro; becici; mediteran; water; swiming; world; waterworld; waterfall; columns; pillar; slide; bar; bazen; budva
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