The earthquake was at the depth of 10 kilometers.
According to Telegraf readers, the earthquake was felt on the Montenegrin coast in Djenovici, between Tivat and Herceg Novi.
According to them, the quake lasted for few seconds, and then it stopped, but soon everything started shaking.
The earthquake of weaker strength, 3.4 degrees on the Richter scale, shook the capital of Montenegro on June 17th.
The earthquake was registered just after 12 AM, and the epicenter was two kilometers south of the Podgorica suburb Tolosi, at a depth of 18 meters, RTCG reports.
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