10 August 1992 Prevlaka is a long tongue, a stone finger 2,500 metres long and 500 metres wide, pointing in a southeasterly direction; it closes the entry to the Bay of Kotor from the open sea and from it access to this, the deepest bay in the Adriatic, can be effectively controlled. For this reason, […]

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