Lake Skadar is the biggest lake of Montenegro and the Balkan peninsula, it covers the area of almost 400 square kilometeres (two thirds belong to Montenegro and one third to Albania). The average depth of the lake is from 4 to 6 meteres, the water level changes throughout the year. Lake Skadar is as interesting in the geographical aspect as...
According to the legend, Ada Bojana appeared on a place, where in the 17th or 18th century a ship called Merito wrecked during a storm. For years the rivers flow washed out the place of the shipwreck slowly making a sandbank and eventually an island. After many years the river divided the island into two parts. Ada Bojana is famous...
The Ostrog Monastery is a Serbian orthodox monastery located in a nearly vertical cliff of mountain Ostroska (after which it got its name). The monastery was found by metropolitan Vasiliy in 1665 and after his death he gained his eternal peace here. He was canonized seven years after his death. A vine grew from the wall where he died, though there...
The National park of Durmitor is the most famous national park in Montenegro. The park is a part of UNESCO World Heritage since 1980. The park includes the Durmitor mountain range, canyons of Tara, Drage and Susice rivers and the biggest part of the valley of canyons Konarnice. Tara is the spring of a big European river called Drina,...
The Boka-Kotor bay, abbreviated Boka, is the biggest bay of the Adriatic sea. It seems as though the sea flow divided the cliffs of mountains Lovcen and Orjen into two parts. The Boka bay starts from the small bay of Herceg-Novi, than it narrows to the Kumborski Isthmus, flows into the Tivat bay and than through Verige forms the bays...
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