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Ice Cave On Durmitor Near Zabljak
Montenegro

Ice cave on Durmitor mountain, about three hour walk from Crno jezero (Black lake) near Zabljak, Montenegro. Temperature in july inside the cave is about 2-3 C or 36 F. Near by is Bobotov Kuk, highest peak on Durmitor mountain.

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Tags: ice cave; ledena pecina; ledena pecina durmitor; durmitor; zabljak; crna gora; montenegro
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