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|Radio Crne Gore||Public||Montenegro|
|WRS (Web Radio Station)||Varied||Montenegro|
|f radio||World Europe||Montenegro|
|Radio Gusinje||Folk,World Europe||Montenegro|
Podgorica Capital of Montenegro Podgorica, lit. "under the small hill" is the capital and largest city of Montenegro. In contemporary history, the city was also known as Titograd from 1946 to 1992 during the existence of SFR Yugoslavia. Wikipedia Area: 556 sq miles (1,441 km²) Weather: 47°F (8°C), Wind N at 2 mph (3 km/h), 98% Humidity Population: 180,810 (2009)
U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Gerald Winchester, crew chief in Charlie Company, 1-214 Aviation Regiment, 12th Combat Aviation Brigade, conducts a resupply mission to deliver goods to Montenegrins stranded by severe weather in Northern Montenegro Friday, February 24, 2012. The Soldiers are here as part of a U.S. task force to provide humanitarian assistance at request of the government of Montenegro coordinating with the National Emergency Operations Center and the Montenegrin Ministry of Defense to provide relief and to save lives, homes and infrastructure in response to heavy snowfall ATTENTION!! We are moving! Because of YouTube's new policy against military related videos and on where advertisers are allowed to put their Ads, we must move our videos. Join us at our new home! WWW.USMILITARYV...
Thanks a lot to Aplha Six for supporting us with footage for this clip: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNuqVR0bL1iVfG9cLiOgM4Q Montenegro Airlines a.d. is the flag carrier of Montenegro, headquartered in Podgorica. It operates scheduled and charter services throughout Europe from its hub at Podgorica Airport with a second base maintained at Tivat Airport. The airline was founded on October 24, 1994, by the government of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The first aircraft, a Fokker 28 Mk4000 (nicknamed "Lovćen"), was purchased almost two years later in 1996. The first commercial flight took place on May 7, 1997, at exactly 10:30 between Podgorica and Bari, Italy. In April 2000, Montenegro Airlines became a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). In June 2000, the...
Hotel Knjaz - Book it now! Save up to 20% - http://hotelsale.club/imanje-knjaz Featuring both a modern and classic-style interior, this small hotel in the Podgorica countryside is peacefully located by the Mareza River. In sunny weather, fine regional and international cuisine is served in the beautiful garden. All stylish rooms at the Hotel Knjaz include a flat-screen TV with DVD player, seating area with high-quality furnishings, and a balcony. Bathrooms come with a private hot tub. Breakfast is served in the elegant Knjaz restaurant or on the sun terrace. Breakfast can be brought up to the guestrooms and room service can also be ordered. Children can play in the playground, while adults can book a relaxing massage. Podgorica city centre is just 3.1 miles away. A shuttle service to Podgo...
Looted cemetery in the center of Podgorica, next to the Cathedral (Montenegro). Vic Stefanu, firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a very strange site, it is right next to the unfinished Cathedral (the Resurrection of Christ) and none of the travel guides mention absolutely nothing about it. The graves are all opened up and the covers smashed and thrown all over the place.
This flight was accomplished using FSX with free-ware add-ons Passenger View from the wing with stock FSX ATC Aircraft: Project Opensky ERJ-140 Downloaded from simviation.com Weather: FSrealWX lite AI Aircraft: World of AI Texture Enhancements: ENB Recording Media: FS Recorder and Audacity Route: VAL UN732 MOJ Please feel free to offer suggestions for flights and free improvements!
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Which country has most biological diversity in the world? I came up with BeKeSe (Best Kept Secrets) to draw everyone’s attention to lesser-known wonderful things other people have created over the years, whether it is a building, clothing, a legend, a tradition, a village, or an entire country. BeKeSe is not just about traveling to see something, but to feel the creative energy, even from your couch. I chose the ones I absolutely love. Many of them are places of mystery, secrecy, magic, legends, and allure. While the videos are edited by me only some of the photographs are taken by me. I am grateful to the others that have contributed. I would love your feedback, suggestions and artistic contribution to help BeKeSe grow. I hope you enjoy, like, and share the videos. PLEASE SUBSCRI...
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Startup and Takeoff of Ryanair flight FR7962, Podgorica (Montenegro; TGD/LYPG) to London Stansted (UK; STN/EGSS) Aircraft: B738 (EI-DLW, registered 2006) Engines: 2xCFMI CFM56-7B26 Departure: Scheduled 12.50, actual 13.03 (local/CET) Arrival: Scheduled 14.50, actual 14.47 (local/GMT) Duration: 2h39 Seat: 33F (right at the back!)
Incredible hitchhiking journey; enjoying Skopje, cooling off in Matka canyon, interacting with locals in Mavrovo, and beautiful Lake Ohrid. Subscribe and join me on this incredible voyage around the world! Blog | http://www.aperezvoyages.com Instagram | Aperezvoyages Facebook Page | https://www.facebook.com/aperezvoyages Snapchat : APerezVoyages Continuing on with my Balkan voyage brings me to my last and final former republic of the former Yugoslavia. From Prishtina, Kosovo, I arrived in the capital city of Skopje. Skopje is an interesting city due to the two sides that are complete opposites. In the east of the river, you have the old town Bazaar which resembles a little Istanbul, with many small cafes and mosques. Crossing the old stone bridge to the other side of the river, is the...