In addition to the known classic mountain lakes, there are glacial lakes in Durmitor National Park. One of which is Barno lake at a height of 1489m above sea level, located next to Pitomine village, 1,5km to the north from the famous Black lake. It is worth of visiting despite of its small size and maximum depth, which is just 1m.
It is surrounded by dense pine forest, there are wild goats feeding on its shores - isn't it an ideal village calming scenery? One more reason to visit the lake is the legend, which goes about lake's water has health properties and cures skin diseases.
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