Savina Monastery (Serbian Cyrillic: Савина, meaning "Sava's monastery") is a Serbian Orthodox monastery of three churches near the city Herceg Novi in the Bay of Kotor, located in thick Mediterranean vegetation in one of the most beautiful parts of …
Articles in Montenegro ( 137 )
137 Articles of interest in Montenegro
The Podgorica Airbase (also known as Golubovci Airbase) is an active airbase in Montenegro. The airbase facilities are shared with Montenegro's main international airport, Podgorica Airport. It is the main base of the air arm of the Military of Mont…
Stadion kraj Bistrice, also known as Stadion Gradski Nikšić, is a multi-purpose stadium in Nikšić, Montenegro. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FK Sutjeska.
Bjelasica (Cyrillic: Бјеласица, pronounced [bjɛlǎsitsa]) is a mountain range in North Central Montenegro.
Ulcinj Airport (Albanian: Aeroporti Ulqini, Serbian: Aerodrom Ulcinj, Cyrillic: Аеродром Улцињ) was an airport in the Ulcinj Municipality in Montenegro.
Sveti Marko (Formerly known as Stradioti) is an island on the Adriatic Sea, in the Montenegrin municipality of Tivat.
Sveta Neđelja is an islet on the Adriatic Sea, in Montenegrin municipality of Budva.
Stadion Obilića Poljana is a multi-use stadium in Cetinje, Montenegro. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FK Lovćen.
The Sitnica River (pronounced [sǐtnitsa]) is a river that flows through Podgorica, Montenegro.
Rumija is a mountain in South Montenegro.
The Ribnica River (Montenegrin Cyrillic: Рибница, pronounced [rîbnit͡sa]) is a small river that runs through Podgorica, Montenegro. It is a tributary to Morača River, their confluence being at the city centre. It is mainly dried up in the summer. Po…
Miholjska prevlaka, also known as "Island of Flowers", is an island in the Adriatic Sea in Boka Kotorska, in the Montenegrin municipality of Tivat.
The following page lists all power stations in the Montenegro.
Stadion pod Golubinjom is a multi-use stadium in Pljevlja, Montenegro. It is used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FK Rudar Pljevlja.
Bioče (Montenegrin and Serbian Cyrillic: Биоче) is a village nine miles northeast of Podgorica in Montenegro. According to the 2003 census, it had a population of 179, the majority of which identified as Serbs, the rest as Montenegrins.
Žabljak Airport (Serbian: Аеродром Жабљак, Aerodrom Žabljak) is an airport in the Žabljak Municipality in Montenegro.
Stadion na Koniku (Stadium on Konik) is situated at the southwest part of Konik, a southeastern suburb of Podgorica, at the Ćemovsko Polje, the ‘only desert in Montenegro’. Stadium was built at 1970's, and today it has one stand with capacity of 750…
Trešnjica Stadium (Serbian Cyrillic: Трешњица) is a multi-purpose stadium in Golubovci, Montenegro (a suburb of Podgorica). It is used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FK Zeta.
Pod Malim Brdom Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Petrovac, Montenegro. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of OFK Petrovac. The stadium's sole stand has a seating capacity to hold 1,500 people.
Sinjajevina (pronounced [sǐɲajɛʋina]; also known as Sinjavina, [sǐɲaːʋina]) is a mountain in northern Montenegro.
Ljubišnja (Serbian: Љубишња) dinaric mountain range of Montenegro, conventionally referred to as the highland of Montenegro, represents a major natural feature of the country alongside Tara Canyon, Draga Canyon and Montenegro.
Lake Plav (Montenegrin: Plavsko jezero) is a lake in Plav municipality, in northeastern Montenegro.
Krašići is a town in Boka Kotorska, Montenegro.
Katič is an islet on the Adriatic Sea, in Montenegrin municipality of Budva.
Gruda is a village in southern Croatia.
Godinje (Годиње) is a village in Montenegro, in the municipality of Bar. It is located on a hill overlooking Lake Skadar. The town belongs to the Boljević pleme of the Crmnička nahija. The town is the ancestral home of the Lekovići and Nikač clans.
Debeli Namet is a small glacier below the mountain of Šljeme (2,455 metres (8,054 ft)) in the Durmitor massif, Montenegro. This glacier exists well below the true snowline and is sustained by avalanching snow. Results of recent investigations on the…
The Cem (Albanian: Cem, or in its definite form Cemi; Montenegrin: Cijevna, Цијевна) is a river that flows through Albania and Montenegro.
Bogićevica or Bogiçevica (Albanian: Bogiçevica/Bogiqevica; Montenegrin and Serbian: Богићевица, Bogićevica) is a mountain area in the Prokletije. It spreads over Albania, Montenegro and Kosovo. It is about 15 km (9 mi) long and 10 km (6 mi) wide. Th…
Dolac Airport (Serbian: Аеродром Долац, Aerodrom Dolac) (IATA: IVG, ICAO: LYBR) is an airport located near Berane, Montenegro.
Ćemovsko Polje Airport (Serbian: Aerodrom „Ćemovsko Polje“, Cyrillic: Аеродром „Ћемовско поље“) is a small airport near Montenegrin capital of Podgorica. It once served as city's only airport, mainly for military use, and withstood heavy bombing dur…
Vitaljina is a village in Croatia.
Visitor is a 2211 m / 7253 ft high mountain in Montenegro, east of Plav/Plava and its lake, from which the river Lim flows.
Stadion Lugovi is a football stadium in Budva, Montenegro. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FK Mogren.
Donja Lastva is a small town in Montenegro.
Nikšić Airport (Serbian: Аеродром Капино поље, Aerodrom Kapino polje) (ICAO: LYNK) is a sport airport located near Nikšić, Montenegro.