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Skull Tower in Nis, Serbia. The monument was built using the skulls of the Serbs killed by order of Ottoman Sultan Mahmud II during the 1809 Battle of Čegar.

Skull Tower in Nis, Serbia. The monument was built using the skulls of the Serbs killed by order of Ottoman Sultan Mahmud II during the 1809 Battle of Čegar.

Creepy name, creepy place — Devil's Town, Serbia.........not so much Serbia is beautiful my uncle is from Serbia his name is Miro for short of Miroslove and he's one of the best uncles ever and him and his wife Colleen teach me and my cousin Serbian words

Creepy name, creepy place — Devil's Town, Serbia.........not so much Serbia is beautiful my uncle is from Serbia his name is Miro for short of Miroslove and he's one of the best uncles ever and him and his wife Colleen teach me and my cousin Serbian words

Trnovačko Lake (Trnovačko jezero) is a lake in northern Montenegro, best known for its heart-like shape.

Trnovačko Lake (Trnovačko jezero) is a lake in northern Montenegro, best known for its heart-like shape.

Wonderful Montenegro http://www.travelandtransitions.com/european-travel/

Wonderful Montenegro http://www.travelandtransitions.com/european-travel/

Gate Of Wishes. Mrtvica Canyon, Montenegro

Gate Of Wishes. Mrtvica Canyon, Montenegro

Montenegro...see those houses on the other side...no chance I will ever be there...not until a far more substantial mode of transportation is available...seriously!!??

Montenegro...see those houses on the other side...no chance I will ever be there...not until a far more substantial mode of transportation is available...seriously!!??

About Montenegro - Montenegro Travel Idea

About Montenegro - Montenegro Travel Idea

The Best things to do in Montenegro: Your ultimate Itinerary and perfect for a…

The Best things to do in Montenegro: Your ultimate Itinerary and perfect for a…

NSF Workshop on Canopy Structure Data - Dr. Robert Van Pelt | The Canopy Database Project

NSF Workshop on Canopy Structure Data - Dr. Robert Van Pelt | The Canopy Database Project

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