Kids Won’t Know What Montenegro Looks Like

Won’t someone think of the kids?

(CBS News) The heaviest snowfall in Montenegro in 63 years has sealed off hundreds of villages, shutting down roads and railways and closing the main airport in the tiny Balkan state on Saturday.

The government has said it is considering introducing a state of emergency throughout the country.

The snow virtually sealed off the capital Podgorica, closing its airport and hampering rail and road traffic. At 52 centimeters (20 inches) high, it was the worst fall in the capital since 1949.

They also won’t know what un-damaged historic sites in Italy look like.

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2 Responses to “Kids Won’t Know What Montenegro Looks Like”

  1. Gumball_Brains says:

    Sorry, I was busy clinging to my guns.

  2. I bet with a Bible, too. Don’t make me call Big Sis on you!

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