Photo, Print, Drawing Just a Few Stones and a Vine or Two. That is what constitutes most of the mountain homes in Montenegro. The one shown here is typical. It has no chimney as there is a government tax on them, so the smoke from the open fire must find its way out as best it can. American doctors sent into the country by the Red Cross find that such living conditions lead to chronic eye trouble and consumption. Red Cross workers report that fifty percent of the population is suffering from some sort of disease. This little hut is of particular interest as much as it next to a similar one in which King Nicholas, exiled ruler of the country, was born in the tiny hamlet of Niegosh digital file from original

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