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  • Tale about Mogren beach, Budva

    By Like MNE on 27. May 2013.
    According to tales, the Mogren beach near Budva got its name from a certain ship wrecker named Mogren, who was washed on the shore of this beach, as the only survivor from a sunken Spanish galleon.
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  • Hridsko Lake in a secluded Prokletije mountain

    By Like MNE on 27. May 2013.
    Hrid (Hridsko) Lake or as they also call it Rid Lake (Ridsko) is located on the northeast side of Prokletije mountain chain near the Albanian border.
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  • Montenegrin Alcatraz: Grmožur island on Skadar Lake

    By Like MNE on 27. May 2013.
    The residents of Crmnica village once called it "Snake Island" and ornithologists today call it "Bird island". However, this island is best known for the prison, built by decree of Prince Nicholas, which is also known as "Montenegrin Alcatraz."
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  • Ice cave on Durmitor

    By Like MNE on 21. May 2013.
    If you ever wonder high up into the rugged beauty of Durmitor, to the point where only the persistent and, above all, curious travelers wonder, you'll find yourself under one of those strange creations of the creative imagination of nature.
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  • Old Lady from Mirovica

    By Like MNE on 20. May 2013.
    Once upon a time in Montenegro, there was a law that no boy could marry before he nas planted ten olive trees. That is why Montenegro, and especially the area around Bar, is extremely rich with olive trees, many of which are trees old over a thousand years.
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  • Walls of Kotor

    By Like MNE on 20. May 2013.
    For centuries, the town of Kotor, because of its location and importance, was the target of the invaders, who were passing the area.
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  • Ada Bojana, Ulcinj

    By Like MNE on 19. May 2013.
    At the southernmost tip of Montenegro's territory, where the river Bojana, on its way from the Skadar Lake, flows into the Adriatic Sea, there is an unusual island - Ada Bojana.
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  • Blue cave, Lustica, Bay of Kotor

    By Like MNE on 18. May 2013.
    At about 6 nautical miles from Herceg Novi, between Golden Bay and Wet Mountain Harbour cape, at the peninsula of Luštica, there is, perhaps the most beautiful, natural phenomenon on the Montenegrin coast, which many assort in the group of natural gems of the Mediterranean, the Blue Cave.
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  • Our Lady of the Rocks, Perast, Bay of Kotor

    By Like MNE on 17. May 2013.
    If you look from Perast to Kotor, you will see two islands that seems to float above the surface, acting unreal even to those who have seen them before, Our Lady of the Rock Island and St. George.
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