Adriatic Sea

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an arm of the Mediterranean between Slovenia and Croatia and Montenegro and Albania on the east and Italy on the west

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Original reports had the right location at the Aman Sveti Stefan in Montenegro, on the Adriatic coast, but the date (a week before the start of Wimbledon) wrong.
The sunshine isle of Malta could only report 12C while Rimini on Italy's Adriatic Coast recorded a high of just 9C.
Butrint was an ancient Roman city on the Adriatic coast of what is now Albania.
There are plenty of options available for the perfect trip to this gem of the Adriatic coast, and you can tailor your holiday exactly as you like it.
Hughes admits that he knows little about next week's opponents, but promises that the Whites will not take their trip to the Adriatic coast lightly.
The Durresi Block covers an area of 4,200 square kilometres along the Adriatic coast of Albania and contains a yet to be appraised deep water gas/condensate discovery as well as several undrilled oil and gas prospects.
The mountainous Montenegro, along the Adriatic coast, is the smallest of the former Yugoslav republics with a population of 620, 000.
Northern Dalmatia is a stretch of Croatia's stunning Adriatic coast and perched on a peninsula is the lesser-known port of Zadar.
The 10-day Adriatic Coast, Italy and the Ionian cruise aboard the Orient Queen sails roundtrip from Marseilles and stops at villages and cities in Italy, Montenegro, Croatia and Greece.
The German carrier will also expand its network at Munich this spring, adding services to Miami, Tashkent and Tehran as will as expanding its short-haul network with routes to Tallinn and Rostock on the Baltic Sea and to Zadar on the Adriatic coast.
The project on the Adriatic coast would also include a marina, a town centre, commercial facilities and 2,350 residential units built over 6.
Croatia, which hopes to join the European Union in 2011, must privatize or restructure its shipyards on the Adriatic coast as the majority of are making losses and depend on state subsidies forbidden by Brussels.
In 1480, Italy celebrated the feast of the Assumption with spectacular liturgies, processions and, of course, banquets with the exception of Otranto, a tiny town on the Adriatic coast, where 800 men offered their lives for Christ.
at the southern end of Montenegro's Adriatic coast.
They spent yesterday relaxing on a beach on the Adriatic Coast, but today had headed inland to line up to compete against teams from Italy and 11 other European countries in the 17th Cittadi Majano Trophy organised by local athletics club Libertas Majano Atletica Leggera.