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The beautiful boka kotorska at nightfall.
Sunrise in the Bay
Sunset in the Bay
Cruisers leaving the Bay
Overseeing the whole Boka Kotorska bay.
And rain in the Bay

The entire length of the Boka Kotorska Bay (literally “inlet” and also known as the Bay of Kotor) is 15 nautical miles or 28 km. In the 4th century Bc the Greeks founded the town of Risan here (and Budva further down the coast). The Romans, after defeating the Illyrian tribes, settled in 2nd century Ad, renaming the coast Dalmatia. By the 5th century, after the roman empire had been divided, the Boka Kotorska remained under western influence while the rest of the land became part of Byzantium.




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