Kotor

Kotor

surreal fortifications high above the bay

Location: 

Kotor, Montenegro

Duration: 

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

personal highlights

  1. Kotor: pretty touristic old town with surprisingly many Americans
  2. Bay of Kotor: uniquely beautiful scenery reminds of Norwegian fjords
  3. Fortifications: a series of buildings on various altitudes along the wall
  4. City walls: impressively steep architecture built into the mountains
  5. UNESCO: natural and culturo-historical region of Kotor

image sources

  1. Large cruise shop @ Bay of Kotor
  2. Steep stairways @ City walls
  3. Kotor Cathedral @ Kotor old town
  4. Round tower wall @ Fortifications
  5. Destroyed chambers @ Fortifications

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