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Pastel Pink Polka Dot Two-Piece Set

I vote for endless summer & and who can judge me for that 🙂 It’s still warm in Belgrade even September has already taken place. So, I totally enjoy to still wear super cute easy breezy clothes like today’s romantic Two-Piece Set in pastel pink tone with retro polka dots.Two-Piece Sets are quite practical and can be a great and …

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Zebra Monokini Style in Lustica Bay, Pecka Beach / Montenegro

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Lustica Bay is located on Lustica Peninsula, which belongs to Tivat region. This is the largest tourism investment in Montenegro that became the most urban zone in Montenegro. Occupied by the sun 240 days a year, it’s a diverse landscape, surrounded by crystal clear water, uninterrupted coastline, olive groves, macchia and stepped hills. Although seemingly isolated, …

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Denim Shorts & Crop Top for Porto Montenegro Summer 2k19

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Welcome to the second blog post from stunning Porto Montenegro, exclusive nautical resort in Tivat, Montenegro. This is a huge yachting zone, offering waterfront residences, luxury shops and interesting events. For this daily pleasant strolling I’ve picked totally summer outfit. Simple, cute & effortless combo that includes crop top in mango mojito color tone, high-waist …

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Welcome to Kotor, the Pearl of Boka Kotorska Bay in Montenegro

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The pearl of Boka Kotorska Bay (in Montenegro) is charming town: Kotor. Included in UNESCO, the World Heritage List, for its urban architecture, cultural heritage and beautiful natural setting. A town over 2000 years old, it’s a true treasure trove of cultural monuments (St.Tripuna’s Cathedral, St. Luke’s Church, numerous palaces of the nobility of Kotor) and …

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Charming Boka Kotorska Bay: Perast / Gospa od Škrpjela / Ljuta

Perast is one of the most beautiful places on Montenegro coast. It’s located 12 km from Kotor. Just like all of Boka Kotorska Bay, Perast has a long history. The beautiful Old town is named after the Illyrian tribe Pirusta. According to legend, Queen Teuta wanted to secure the entrance to the bay, so she settled …

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