Cetinje


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Cetinje

(Serbian ˈtsɛtinjɛ)
n
(Placename) a town in Montenegro, in the SW: former capital of Montenegro (until 1945); palace and fortified monastery, residences of Montenegrin prince-bishops. Pop: 15 137 (2003 est)
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Montenegroas President Filip Vujanovic welcomed Roumen Radev to the presidential palace in the old town of Cetinje.
construction and operation of a new cable car from Kotor to Cetinje over the Lovcen Mountain National Park in Montenegro on a Design, Build, Finance, Operate, Transfer (DBFOT) basis
in front of the Cetinje Monastery was accompanied by the national anthem "Hey, Slavs", and all military and civilian representatives of the communist authorities stood in front of the fire.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and First Lady Svetlana Vujanovic of Mentenegro stand next to a Montenegran guard of honour at the Presidential Palace in Cetinje, Montenegro.
At their meeting in Cetinje, the two heads of state confirmed the excellent friendly relations between their two nations and committed to closer economic cooperation.
The ceremony was held in the Blue Palace (Plavi Dvorac) in Cetinje, the Royal Capital of Montenegro.
Its capital and largest city is Podgorica, while Cetinje is designated as the Prijestonica, meaning the former Royal Capital City.
The study was approved by the Medical board of the General hospital "Danilo I", Cetinje.
We stopped in the unspectacular city of Cetinje, before setting off for the top of Mount Lovcen, the "black mountain" the country is named after, which sits atop its own national park.
The contracts were signed by the three manufacturers from Niksic and Beran and one applicant from Cetinje, Blue, Mojkovac, Pljevlja and Podgorica.