Durmitor National Park

Durmitor National Park

The Durmitor (pronounced [durmǐtɔr] or [dǔrmitɔr]) is a massif and the name of a national park in northwestern Montenegro. The highest peak, Bobotov Kuk, reaches a height of 2,522 meters.

The massif is limited by the Tara River Canyon on the north, the Piva River Canyon on the west, and by the Komarnica River Canyon on the south. To the east, the Durmitor opens to a 1,500 m (4,921 ft) high plateau, called Jezerska Površ (Plateau of Lakes). The Sinjavina mountain is located to the east of Jezerska Površ plateau.

The Durmitor mountain range is for the most part located in Žabljak municipality.

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The Durmitor (pronounced [durmǐtɔr] or [dǔrmitɔr]) is a massif and the name of a national park in northwestern Montenegro.

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