Cetinje is the historic capital of Montenegro. The city is of enormous historical and spiritual value to Montenegro.

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Cetinje Monastery

The most famous Serb Orthodox monastery in Montenegro. Re-built in 1785. Features several relics including the remains of Saint Peter of Cetinje, the right hand of John the baptist, the remains of Peter II Petrovic, and the crown of Steven Uros IV Dusan, midevil emperor of Serbia.

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Grave of Vladika Danilo

If you are willing to take the 10-minute walk up the hill on the path that starts on the left of the Cetinje Monastery, you will not be sorry because you will be rewarded with beautiful views of Cetinje from above

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State Museum

Former residence of Nikola Petrovic I, king of Montenegro. Looted during World War II.

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Biljarda Hall

1832 residence of Peter II Petrovic. Now a museum dedicated to him.

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Vlaška Church

Built in 1450. fence made out of barrels of captured enemy rifles.

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National Museum of Montenegro

History section and art section.

SEE   —  Novice Cerovica

Ethnographic Museum

Clothing from Montenegro

Pansion 22

Nice bathrooms.

SLEEP   —  Ul. Ivanbegova 22

Grand Hotel

3 stars.

SLEEP   —  City center


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About Cetinje

Cetinje is a town of 19,000 located in the small valley under the Lovćen mountain. It was founded 15th century by Ivan Crnojevic. His son founded the first printing house in the South Slavs - about the time the Columbus discovered America! Due to the strategic nature of Montenegro, it being an independent state on the border of the Ottoman Empire, all of the major European powers had an embassy in Cetinje. For this reason the town has a continental style old town located a thousand miles away from any of the continental cities that the architecture is representative of. It is very much the spiritual heart of Montenegro.

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