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Pictures from Montenegro (Central): Podgorica, Ostrog Monastery, and Zabljak Crnojevica.

Podgorica Clock Tower, Montenegro
Podgorica Clock Tower, Montenegro.                                                                                                  ©

Podgorica is the capital, the cultural and commercial centre, and by far the largest city of
Montenegro. It is located in Central Montenegro at the confluence of the Ribnica and Moraca rivers. Most of the city was destroyed during World War II, so Podgorica has now relatively modern buildings.  


Podgorica has excellent connections with the other places of the country, incl. the winter ski centres in the north and the seaside resorts on the Adriatic coast. The international airport of Montenegro is situated at nine kilometres from the city. 

Podgorica city, Montenegro
Podgorica city, Montenegro.                                                                                                              ©

Monastery of Ostrog, Montenegro.
Monastery of Ostrog, Montenegro.       ©

Monastery of Ostrog and surroundings, Montenegro.
Monastery of Ostrog and surroundings, Montenegro.                                                                             ©

The Monastery of Ostrog is situated in the cliffs in the vicinity of Niksic, about 45 km from Podgorica. It is the most important spiritual centre of
Montenegro. The Monastery was founded in the12th century by Saint Basil. Ostrog is the most visited Orthodox shrine in the Balkans.

Zabljak Crnojevica (Zabljak Castle), near  Podgorica, Montenegro
Zabljak Crnojevica (Zabljak Castle), near  Podgorica, Montenegro.                                                          ©

Zabljak Crnojevica (
Zabljak Castle) is an abandoned medieval fortress located near Podgorica.
It served as the capital of Zeta under the Crnojević dynasty from 1466 till 1478. Then the Turks seized the town so that Ivan Crnojević was forced to move the capital to Cetinje.



currently, the english version of this official site of podgorica is under construction.
for further information and pictures, visit, the first montenegrin internet portal.

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Pictures from Montenegro (Central): Podgorica, Ostrog Monastery, and Zabljak Crnojevica, images from and travel guide to Montenegro.