There are not only a moonlight, the spring blossoms or a nightingale's song.
But to avoid being overly mawkish (:)), here are some facts:
Trnovacko Lake (Trnovačko jezero) is a lake in the extreme western part of Montenegro, near the border with
Bosnia and Herzegovina, best known for its heart-like shape. Located at an altitude of 1517 metres, it is 700 metres (2,300 ft) long and 400 metres (1,300 ft) wide set amidst a huge amphitheater of rocky peaks. It has a glacial origin and it is the most beautiful lake in this region located between Maglic and Volujak. Maglic is
the highest mountain in Bosnia and Herzegovina and it is a part of Dinaric Alpes on Balkan Peninsula. In the hillsides of Maglic is also located the largest primeval forest in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Perucica.