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Natural Wonders of Southeast Europe

Montenegro

Montenegro

River Crnojevica in Southern Montenegro. This river runs from Lake Skadar, the largest lake in the Balkans and a wetland of global importance. Lake Skadar is one of the most important bird reserves in Europe, having 270 bird species, including some of the last pelicans in Europe.
(Photographer: Milán Radisics, May 2008)

Montenegro

The Saddle Valley in Durmitor National Park, Montenegro. This 320 km2 National Park was recognised as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1980 thanks to its beautiful landscapes. In addition to spectacular mountain sceneries, the 80 km long and 1,300 m deep Tara River Canyon is also found within the National Park. It is the second largest canyon in the world, just behind the Grand Canyon.
(Photographer: Milán Radisics, October 2008)

Montenegro

Morning mist settling over the Black Lake in Durmitor National Park. Durmitor Mountain is the centre of Montenegro's mountain tourism. In the winter, main activities in the area are skiing and, increasingly, snowboarding. In the summer, popular activities include mountaineering and recreational tourism.
(Photographer: Milán Radisics, October 2008)



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