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Bobotov Kuk Summit Durmitor
Montenegro

Durmitor mountain is situated in North Western Montenegro. It has 48 peaks above 2000 m. Bobotov kuk is highest peak, 2523 m. On western side of Bobotov kuk is Bezimeni peak and Djevojka peak. Near is Veliko Skrcko lake, Ledena cave and Crno lake.

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Tags: durmitor; bobotov kuk; zabljak; montenegro; crno jezero; crno lake; skrcko jezero; skrcko lake
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