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The town of Ulcinj, where the majority of the population is of Albanian descent, is a world heritage site founded in the 5th century BC, making it one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic Coast.


Once part of Yugoslavia, this Balkan country may be small, about the size of Connecticut, but it has an amazing diversity of scenery By Sandra Scott Most people can’t find…

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