Sveti Marko (Formerly known as Stradioti) is an island on the Adriatic Sea, in the Montenegrin municipality of Tivat.
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Cetinje (Montenegrin Cyrillic: Цетиње [pronounced [ t͡sětiɲe]], Italian: Cettigne, Turkish: Çetince) is a city and Old Royal Capital (Montenegrin: Prijestonica / Приjестоница) of Montenegro. It is also the historic and the secondary capital of Montenegro, where the official residence of the President of Montenegro is located.
Latitude: 42° 23' 26.27" N
Longitude: 18° 54' 51.01" E
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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.
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.
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.
The Bajzë Rail Station (Albanian: Stacioni Hekurudhor i Bajzë) is a railway station located in Bajzë, Albania. It serves Albanian Railways as a freight line between Bajzë and Shkodër with an extension to the Montenegrin capital, Podgorica operated b…
Zubački kabao (Cyrillic: Зубачки кабао, pronounced [zǔbatʃkiː kǎbaɔ]) is a mountain in Montenegro. At 1,894 m, it is the highest summit of the Orjen range in the Dinaric Alps.
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.
Sniježnica is a mountain located in the southernmost part of Croatia, north of the Konavle region.
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.
The Cem (Albanian: Cem, or in its definite form Cemi; Montenegrin: Cijevna, Цијевна) is a river that flows through Albania and Montenegro.