Articles in Montenegro ( 137 )

137 Articles of interest in Montenegro

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  • Zeta Plain

    Zeta Plain (pronounced [zɛ̂ta]) is a fertile lowland in Montenegro. It stretches from Podgorica in the north to the Skadar Lake in the south.

  • Njeguši

    Njeguši (Montenegrin and Serbian Cyrillic: Његуши) is a village in the Cetinje Municipality of southern Montenegro, located on the slopes of Mount Lovćen, within the Lovćen national park. The village is best known as the birthplace of the Petrović d…

  • Kotor Cathedral

    The Cathedral of Saint Tryphon (Montenegrin, Serbian, Croatian: Katedrala Svetog Tripuna/Катедрала Светог Трипуна) in Kotor is one of two Roman Catholic cathedrals in Montenegro. It is the seat of the Croatian Catholic Bishopric of Kotor which cover…

  • Crkvice

    Crkvice (Serbian/Montenegrin Cyrillic: Црквице, pronounced [t͡sř̩kv̞it͡sɛ]) is a village (42.34N 18.38E) on Orjen mountain in Montenegro and is the wettest inhabited place in Europe (although uninhabited locations such as Mýrdalsjökull in Iceland re…

  • Bečići

    Bečići (Serbian: Бечићи, pronounced [bɛ̂tʃitɕi]; Italian Becici) is a town within Budva Municipality, Montenegro.

  • Rijeka Crnojevića

    Rijeka Crnojevića (Cyrillic: Ријека Црнојевића) is a city settlement in Montenegro beside the river of Crnojević - near the coast of Skadar lake.

  • Life zones of the Mediterranean region

    The climate and ecology of land immediately surrounding the Mediterranean Sea is influenced by several factors. Overall, the land has a Mediterranean climate, with mild, rainy winters and hot, dry summers. The climate induces characteristic Mediterr…

  • Mediterranean University

    Mediterranean University (Serbian: Univerzitet Mediteran) is a university located in Podgorica, Montenegro. It was founded on 30 May 2006, is the first private university established in Montenegro and is organized in 6 faculties.

  • Sveti Nikola Island

    Sveti Nikola Island (Serbian: Острво Свети Никола, Ostrvo Sveti Nikola) is an island in the Adriatic Sea, in the Montenegrin municipality of Budva.

  • Petnjica

    Petnjica (Петњица) is a town in northern Montenegro, and center of Petnjica Municipality. In 2011, the population of Petnjica was 565, while the municipality population was 5,665. Petnjica regained municipality status on May 28, 2013, which it previ…

  • Virpazar

    Virpazar (Cyrillic: Вирпазар, pronounced [v̞îrpazaːr]) is a town in the Bar municipality, Montenegro. It is located in the Crmnica region, straddling the Crmnica river, which flows into nearby Skadar Lake. According to a 2003 census, it has a popula…

  • Luštica

    Luštica (pronounced [lûːʃtit͡sa]) is a peninsula on the south Adriatic Sea, located at the entrance of the Bay of Kotor (Serbo-Croatian: Boka kotorska or Boka).

  • Bioče derailment

    The Bioče derailment was a train crash on January 23, 2006 in Montenegro. At least 45 people, including five children, were killed and another 184 injured.

  • Morača (monastery)

    Morača Monastery (Serbian: Манастир Морача) is a Serbian Orthodox monastery located in the valley of the Morača River in Kolašin, central Montenegro. It was founded in 1252 by Stefan Vukanović, of the Nemanjić dynasty.

  • Lake Biograd

    Lake Biograd (Montenegrin: Biogradsko jezero, Биоградско језеро) is a lake in Kolašin municipality, in northern Montenegro.

  • Dobrota

    Dobrota (Montenegrin: Dobrota/Доброта, Italian: Bonintro) is a town in the Kotor Municipality in coastal Montenegro. Although administratively a separate town, it is de facto part of Kotor, and encompasses most of Kotor's residential area, while tow…

  • Bjelopavlići plain

    Bjelopavlići (pronounced [bjɛlɔ̌paːv̞lit͡ɕi]; also known as the Zeta River valley) is a strip of fertile lowland in Montenegro. It stretches along the Zeta river, being wider in river's lower end, down to the confluence with Morača river near Podgor…

  • Žabljak Crnojevića

    Žabljak Crnojevića (commonly referred to as Žabljak; Cyrillic: Жабљак Црнојевића, pronounced [ʒâbʎaːk t͡sr̂nɔjɛv̞it͡ɕaː], is an abandoned medieval fortified town (fortress) in Montenegro.

  • Spuž

    Spuž (Montenegrin/Serbian Cyrillic: Спуж) is a small town within the Municipality of Danilovgrad, Montenegro. It is located halfway between Podgorica and Danilovgrad, in the Bjelopavlići valley.

  • Prčanj

    Prčanj (pronounced [př̩tʃaɲ]; in Italian Perzagno) is a small town along the Bay of Kotor, Montenegro.

  • Pljevlja Power Station

    Pljevlja Power Station situated in Pljevlja is the only coal-fired power station in Montenegro. It went into service in 1982 and has a generation capacity of 210 MW. It produces about a third of the state's electricity.

  • Krivošije

    Krivošije (pronounced [kriv̞ɔ̌ʃijɛ]) is a tribe and a high plateau on the eastern branches of Mount Orjen (1894 m) in Montenegro, near Kotor. A significant geological/geomorphological feature of the Krivošije region are the glacial deposits distribu…

  • Skadarska Krajina

    The Skadar Frontier (Montenegrin and Serbian: Skadarska Krajina/Скадарска Крајина, Albanian: Kraja), also known simply as Krajina (Крајина, pronounced pronounced [krâjina]) is a geographical region in southeastern Montenegro stretching from the sout…

  • Acaya

    Acaya is a small village, a community frazione of Vernole, in the province of Lecce and region of Apulia, in southern Italy.

  • Đurđevi stupovi, Montenegro

    Đurđevi stupovi (Serbian Cyrillic: Манастир Ђурђеви ступови, meaning Monastery of the tracts of St. George) is a Serbian Orthodox monastery near the town of Berane, in northeastern Montenegro. It should not be confused with the more famous Serbian O…

  • Vranjina

    Vranjina (BCS: Vrnjina/Vranjina/Врањина; Albanian: Vraninë/Vranina) is an island in Skadar Lake in the Montenegrin municipality of Podgorica. Vranjina is also the village on the island.