Nikmaraš (Montenegrin and Serbian Cyrillic: Никмараш, Albanian: Nikmarashi) is a settlement in the rural community of Zatrijebač, in Podgorica, Montenegro, near the border with Albania. It is part of the wider Kuči clan region, specifically in the Z…
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Mateševo (Serbian/Montenegrin Cyrillic: Матешево) is a village in northern Montenegro, within Kolašin Municipality.
Mataguži (pronounced [mâtaɡuʒi], Montenegrin and Serbian Cyrillic: Матагужи) is a small town in the Podgorica municipality, the capital of Montenegro. It is located in the Upper Zeta region, just north of the Skadar lake.
Maja e Popljuces is a mountain in Albania in the Prokletije. It is 2,569m high and it itself is surrounded by many peaks above 2,500m.
Maja e Grebenit is a mountain in Albania, located near its most northern tip, in the Prokletije. It reaches a height of 1,840 metres.
Maja Tat a mountain at 2,543 m high found in the northern part of Albania in the Prokletije range.
Lake Visitor (Montenegrin: Visitorsko jezero) is a lake in the Plav Municipality, Montenegro.
Krnjača is a village in the municipality of Priboj, Serbia. According to the 2002 census, the village has a population of 220 people. Krnjaca lies near the Montenegrian border, only 12 kilometers from the city of Pljevlja in Montenegro and 48 km fro…
Dog Peak (Albanian: Maja e Qenit; Montenegrin and Serbian: Пасји врх, Pasji vrh) is a mountain peak found in the border between Kosovo and Montenegro. It is 2,405 m (7,890 ft) high and is part of the Prokletije range. This peak is one of the highest…
Bukovica river is the longest river in the municipality of Šavnik. It originates under the Ranisava mountain, and flows into Komarnica River. It is 42 km long.
Resnik is a village in Montenegro, in the municipality of Bijelo Polje. According to the 2003 census, it has a population of 2739 people.
Gradac (Cyrillic: Градац) is a small town in the Pljevlja Municipality of northern Montenegro. According to the 2003 census, its population is 364. It Montenegro's northernmost settlement with town status and is located in the Sandžak region close t…
Đurinići is a village in Croatia.
Stadion Pod Racinom is a multi-use stadium in Plav, Montenegro. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FK Jezero of the Montenegrin First League.
Pridvorica (Serbian Cyrillic: Придворица) is a village of 20 inhabitants in the Šavnik Municipality of Montenegro.
Pločice is a village in Croatia.
Pirlitor was a medieval fortress in Mount Durmitor, in Old Herzegovina (part of present-day Montenegro), built at the edge of the deep canyon of the Tara River. Only a part of the wall at the fortress's highest point has survived to the present day.…
Mirac is a settlement in Montenegro, three miles from Kotor.
Meštrevac (Serbian Cyrillic: Мештревац) is a village in the municipality of Foča, Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Maja e Radohimës is a mountain in the Albanian part of the Prokletije at a height of 2,570 m (8,432 ft).
Maja Briaset is a mountain located in the country of Albania. Maja Briaset is a large, rocky mountain with a height of 2,567 m (8,422 ft) above sea level. This mountain is part of the Prokletije in the northern part of Albania.
Laz is a village in Montenegro near Nikšić.
Kaludra (Cyrillic: Калудра) is a village in Berane Municipality, Eastern Montenegro.
Blatina (Serbian: Блатина) is a village in northern Montenegro, within Kolašin Municipality.
Beran Selo (Serbian Cyrillic: Беран Село) is neighborhood of the city of Berane in north-eastern Montenegro.
Petnjik is a village in the Berane Municipality in Montenegro. There are around 100 inhabitants. It is mainly inhabited by people with the Barjaktarović and Babović surnames, while there are inhabitants with surnames: Nedovic,Anđić, Marinković, etc.
Njegoš (pronounced [ɲɛ̂ɡɔʃ]) is a mountain in Montenegro. This mountain is 1,725 meters high. It is 26 km (16 mi) east to northeast from Bileća, a town about 26 km (16 mi) northwest from Nikšić.
Mamula (also known as Lastavica) is an uninhabited islet in the Adriatic Sea, within the southwestern Montenegrin municipality of Herceg Novi.
Bijela (pronounced [bîjɛlaː]; Montenegrin/Serbian Cyrillic: Бијела; Italian La Bianca, San Pietro de Albis) is a coastal town in Herceg Novi Municipality, Montenegro. It is north of Herceg Novi, by the Verige strait of the Bay of Kotor.