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From bridge in Ulcinj which you can see numerous wooden cottages along the Milena Canal, some of them with traditional fishing nets hanging above the water.
More about the method for fishing in Gert's note HERE

In the workshop photo with the hut shown by Gert - 8 years later. It was dangerous:)

Ulcinj is a town on the southern coast of Montenegro and the capital of Ulcinj Municipality. It has an urban population of 10,707 (2011), the majority being Albanians.
As one of the oldest settlements in the Adriatic coast, it was founded in 5th century BC. It was captured by the Romans in 163 BC from the Illyrians. With the division of the Roman Empire, it became part of the Byzantine Empire. During the Middle Ages it was under South Slavic rule for a few centuries. In 1405 it became part of Republic of Venice and in 1571 part of Ottoman Empire. Ulcinj was ceded to the Principality of Montenegro in 1880. It is a former medieval Catholic bishopric and remains a Latin titular see.
Ulcinj is a famous destination for tourists, because of its Long Beach, Lake Šas, Ada Bojana Island and for its two-millennia-old Ulcinj Castle/wiki/.

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