Architectural or specific natural contrast - it doesn't matter, the effect on you will probably be the same. Your heart will be captured with the irresistible charm of the old royal capital. You will leave with unique memories of the town that used to represent the whole state. You will be able to walk around so many former embassies’ buildings or impressive institutional buildings.
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Old winter resort of Petar I Petrovic Njegos was a place of outstanding beauty and it is now a place where time stood still. It will be for sure a place that will be one of your most beautiful photos.
Austro Hungarian Embassy
Josip Slade Šilović from Trogir, creator of the first urban plan of the old Royal Capital, made an architectural design of the building of the Austro-Hungarian Embassy which was finished in 1899.
Mausoleum on Orlov krš, dedicated to Bishop Danilo Petrović, was built on the occasion of the commemoration of the bicentenary of Petrović Njegoš dynasty in 1896.
Relief of Montenegro
A relief map of Montenegro was erected after the Austro-Hungarian army broke through the Lovćen front and occupied Cetinje in 1916. The ratio of the map is 1:10,000 and it is very attractive.
The summer stage is located below Orlov krš and it was built in 1951 on the model of ancient amphitheatres, it has excellent acoustic which makes it one of the best open stages in country.
A wonderful and breath-taking landscapes are what is a magnet for growing numbers of tourists which choose Montenegro as their next summer destination and adventure.
Historical place of foundation of Cetinje where the medieval ruler Ivan Crnojević first established his monastery. Now it is the place where the King and Queen's tombs are located.
Skadar Lake, with an area of 354 to 505.8 km2, depending on the water level, is the largest lake in the Balkans. 2/3 of the Lake belongs to Monte-negro, while 1/3 is on the territory of Albania.