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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Some of its cities include the capital Podgorica, BeUnoaiUnCii (famous for 2 km long fine sandy beach, Cetinje (the old capital), Herceg Novi, Budva, Perast, Tivat, Zabljak, Niksic and Kotor.
He allowed Arkan and his paramilitary forces to enter the monastery in Cetinje.
Podgorica is the capital and the largest city, while Cetinje has the status of the Old Royal Capital.
"Guests of the festival are students and lecturers from Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia, England and there are also 24 students, colleagues from other academies from Trebinje, A iroki Brijeg, Banja Luka, Cetinje, Split and Rijeka.
Riviera Travel's new Montenegro Budva, Cetinje and the Bay of Kotor escorted tour explores well-known attractions, such as Budva's picturesque old town and the bay of Kotor, as well as hidden gems like the beautiful city of Shkoder in neighbouring Albania.
The first radio station Radio Cetinje started with a one-hour program broadcast in 1944, and after five years it moved to Titograd and changed its name to Radio Titograd, while the year 1964 when a report recorded on Montenegrin television was broadcasted on the news program of TV Beograd (TV Belgrade) is considered as the start of the television program broadcasting (http://www.rtcg.me/rtcg/istorija.html, 2018).
The tour which started on July 23 included six concerts in 3 countries: in Pristina, Prizren, Cetinje, Mostar, Sarajevo and Zenica.
An hour or so later, after a hair-raising 90 mph drive in a very old Mercedes down empty highways (there was no gasoline to be had that week) misted over with autumn drizzle, we arrived in Cetinje, the former Montenegrin capital.
"Bishop of Cetinje." Full name Josip Marija Julijo Carevic.
Montenegroas President Filip Vujanovic welcomed Roumen Radev to the presidential palace in the old town of Cetinje.
The Mayor of Cetinje, Montenegro, recommended that leaders use and valorize natural resources in their local areas.