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Oh, you opulent, mysterious, unique Montenegro! Everyone is rushing towards you drawn by your magic and remarkable beauty.
You will be amazed by sandy beaches, crystal cities and mountain villages merged with untouched nature. You can sail through time with Kotor's masquerades climbing the walls of the old fort which drown its light into the deep sea. It is a land of contrasts, the land of wonders!
Montenegro is one of the oldest European countries. Throughout history it has changed three names: Doclea, Zeta and Montenegro. Its first international acknowledgment and recognition had been in 1078 by Pope Gregory VII when Mihailo Vojislavljevic became the king (Pope addresses to him as King of the Slavs). The second international recognition happened in 1876 at the Berlin Congress while third and final was in 2006. Simultaneously with that second international sovereignty acknowledgement happened first event concerning the environment and natural protection in Montenegro. In 1878 King Nikola established a so called royal ban for the area of Biogradsko lake. That area converges to the area of the current National Park of Biogradska gora. This can be taken as establishment of the second world’s protected park and it happened just six years after proclamation of Yellowstone park. Second important nature protection date is 1907, King Nikola proclaimed the Black Lake as royal ban area. In the modern times, another date is important – 1992 when Montenegro is being officially proclaimed as first ecological state in the world.
In 1439 Guttenberg became the first European using printing machine. Only after sixty years which was small amount of time in XV century Montenegro had first state printing house in the world. Obod printing house operated in between 1493 and 1496 and produced five Ortodox liturgical books.
Q: Where is Montenegro?
A: Montenegro is in Europe at the Balkan Peninsula and at the Adriatic Sea neighboring Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Italy, Albania and Kosovo.
Q: How can I reach Montenegro?
A: Montenegro can be reached by car, train, bus, boat (from Italy) and by plane. Montenegro has two international airports: Podgorica (TGD) and Tivat (TIV). More information:
Q: Which currency is being used in Montenegro?
A: Montenegro uses euro (EUR) even dough it is not part of EU and EMU. Five countries outside the EU are using euro.
Q: What time zone is Montenegro?
A: Central European Time. GMT/UTC +01:00h
Q: What is the country’s territory in size?
A: Montenegro has 13,812 km²
Q: What is size of population in Montenegro?
A: Montenegro has 0.620 million of inhabitants.
Q: What is the capital of Montenegro?
A: Podgorica is a capital of Montenegro while Cetinje has a status of Old Royal Capital.
Q: Traditional drinks in Montenegro?
A: Several drinks are traditional in Montenegro such are grape brandy and red wine. Beer has long tradition of production and is almost also a traditional drink.
Q: Traditional dishes in Montenegro?
A: Montenegro has quite diverse cuisine and therefore there are several traditional dishes depending on the region. Some of them are: roasted veal/lamb/pork, carp, eel, bleak, kacamak, cicvara, dried ham (prsuta), various cheeses and etc.
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