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The village of Dodoši is located in a particularly fertile area surrounding the Karatuna River that was once the natural border between Montenegro and the Turkish empire. Dodoši аppears on an Austro-Hungarian military map drawn in 1773, with twelve houses located mainly on hillocks. The village was founded as a predominantly agricultural settlement, but its proximity to the lake, with its abundance of fish, soon resulted in a shift from farming to fishing. The houses of the village are crammed closely together and seem to have been built without much forethought, creating a truly unique and eclectic look. The row of houses are stacker from the very edge of the water to a height of 25 m.