Prevlaka was the pretext for the start of the war around Dubrovnik. Now a pretext for the defeat has to be thought up, and once again Prevlaka has become an artificial problem Prevlaka is a long tongue, a stone finger 2,500 metres long and 500 metres wide, pointing in a southeasterly direction; it closes the […]
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