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Travel to Montenegro - Montenegrin Mountains

Within the general area one can always find “out of the way” areas that, defy convention and stick out from the rest. The old capital of Cetinje, is one such magical place, located high in the mountains above Kotor, where it rests on
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Cetinje, the old capital

Ivan Crnojevic himself wouldn’t have lived as well as a modern traveler can in Montenegro’s ancient capital of Cetinje.  Local cheeses, smoked hams and abundant glasses of the local Crmnik wine abound in the many wayward stopping points
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Podgorica

The modern-day capital of Montenegro, Podgorica and is by far the country's largest city.  For that reason there's a lot to be said and done in Podgorica and the city's tremendous historic
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Ostrog

Your intrepid reporters left their favorite town at the crack of dawn and set off on a veritable pilgrimage! First of all we made a circle around “our beloved Bay”, passing through Risan, Perast,...
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Along beside the water from Virpazar to Rijeka Crnojevica

Virpazar is an interesting stopping-off point in Montenegro for a number of reasons.  Nearly 1300 people live in this sleepy little city, which lies on the northern tip of the large Lake Skadar (Skadarsko Jezero).  Lake  Skadar is a National
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Crmnica - the village of Godinje

Pictures and text: Boro Milovic, Godinje is a small village in the mountains above Lake Skadar with nearly one hundred ancient stone houses set above a picturesque valley. Godinje is considered by many to be an architectural marvel, studied
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Monastery of Ostrog

On the road from Podgorica towards Niksic, just after you pass the famous town of Danilovgrad which was fated never to be capital city, on the right hand side as though cut into the cliffs is the monastery of, Ostrog.The first thing that comes to my mind
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Zabljak Crnojevica

There is an extremely large number of very unusual and interesting medieval fortified towns throughout Montenegro.
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Lake Skadar 2

Water lily This lake, which is unique in many ways, and has the status of a national park, covers a total area of 391 sq. km.
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Niksic

Whether we visit the winter wonderland of Durmitor or the idyllic beaches of Bar or Lustica, or the heady waters of the Bay of Kotor, all roads seem to pass through Montenegro’s capital of Beer and Steel – Niksic!,
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Podgorica - The long tradition and stormy history of the modern capital

Marijana Vukcevic, The long tradition and stormy history of the modern capital city and leading business centre in the region, In our constant advance through time and space we forget to stop and listen to the ticking heartbeat
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Njegusi for the second time

At the first cockcrow at the break of dawn your reporters set off for their favorite place - Njegusi for the second time!, After the usual annoying wait for the ferry we finally landed at Lepetane.
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Perast, Njegusi, Lovcen, Mausoleum

Near the Bay of Kotor and accessed via a winding road that ascends Mount Lovcen just near the town of Kotor itself, you will find the unique opportunity to visit a place that represents the poetry of Montenegro’s soul.  Montenegro is full of
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Podgorica, Skadarsko Jezero, Virpazar

Virpazar is an interesting stopping-off point in Montenegro for a number of reasons.  Nearly 1300 people live in this sleepy little city, which lies on the northern tip of the large Lake Skadar (Skadarsko Jezero).,  ,
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