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List of lakes of Montenegro

The following is a list of lakes of Montenegro.[1]

  • Lake Bileća (Bilećko jezero) - Only partly in Montenegro, with most of the lake in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
  • Lake Biograd (Biogradsko jezero)
  • Black Lake (Crno jezero) - Glacial lake near Žabljak on Durmitor.
  • Lake Grahovo (Grahovsko jezero)
  • Lake Hrid (Hridsko jezero) - at Prokletije National park
  • Lake Kapetan (Kapetanovo jezero) - Glacial lake, 20 km east of Nikšić.
  • Lake Krupac (Krupačko jezero) - Artificial lake near Nikšić.
  • Lake Liverovići (Jezero Liverovići) - Artificial lake near Nikšić.
  • Lake Manito (Manito jezero) - Glacial lake, 20 km east of Nikšić, near Lake Kapetan and smaller of two.
  • Lake Pešići (Pešića jezero), on Bjelasica
  • Lake Piva (Pivsko jezero) - Biggest artificial lake in Montenegro.
  • Lake Plav (Plavsko jezero) - Glacial lake, near Plav, between Prokletije and Visitor.
  • Lake Rikavac (Rikavačko jezero), on Žijovo mountain (Kuči)
  • Lake Rujište (Jezero Rujište) - in Biševo, Rožaje.
  • Lake Skadar (Skadarsko jezero/Liqeni i Shkodres) - 2/3 in Montenegro, rest of it in Albania.
  • Lake Slano (Slano jezero) - Artificial lake near Nikšić.
  • Lake Sušica (Sušičko jezero), on Durmitor mountain
  • Lake Šas (Šasko jezero/Liqeni i Shasit)
  • Lake Šiš (Šiško jezero), on Bjelasica mountain
  • Lake Trnovac (Trnovačko jezero)
  • Lake Visitor (Visitorsko jezero)
  • Lake Vrag (Vražje jezero) - Glacial lake near Žabljak.
  • Lake Zminica (Zminičko jezero) - Glacial lake near Žabljak.
  • Lake Zogaj (Zogajsko jezero/Liqeni i Zogajve) - Crastic lake near Ulcinj.

See also [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ Jezera i rijeke, Montenegro Travel
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