Interesting facts about Montenegro

Interesting facts about Montenegro

According to a study conducted by the International Council of Tourism and Travel, Montenegro is among the three fastest growing tourist destinations in the world!

Interesting fact: Boyana is a unique river that flows in opposite directions!

Estimated in 2011, 626 thousand people live in the country.

Interesting facts about Montenegro

In Kotor there is a street where 2 people do not miss each other! It is called “Let Me Go!” And is the narrowest in the world.

The pride of Montenegro and the most popular tourist goods are handmade carpets, tapestries and jewelry. Also very popular is wine, ceramics and objects of artistic woodworking - an interesting fact.

Residents of Montenegro do not like the topic of war, so you should not even start talking about it.

The official language is Montenegrin, although the majority of the population speak Serbian. So widespread are the Bosnian, Albanian and Croatian.

Interesting facts about Montenegro

An interesting fact: one of the main successes in the tourism industry is the lack of mandatory visas for tourists.

More than 75% of the population of Montenegro is Orthodoxy.Also a large number of Sunni Muslims live in the country - Islam is 17%.

The popular .me domain belongs to Montenegro. At the moment, there are more than 231 million sites on the Internet in the .me zone, an interesting fact.

Fun fact: Montenegro is a very uncomfortable country for cartographers, since its place on the map is not enough even for a number! (numbers on the cards indicate small countries, the correspondence with the name of which is in the map legend).

Interesting facts about Montenegro

Podgorica is the capital and largest city of Montenegro. Its area is 225 km2, and the population is over 136 thousand people. At the moment, Podgorica is experiencing a construction and tourist boom - an interesting fact.

According to the Constitution, the historical capital of the country is the city of Cetinje - the cultural center of the state.

The best time to visit Montenegro begins in May and lasts until October. During this period, the sea water warms up best of all, the hot temperature is kept at + 24-28 ° C. However, it is better to have a warm sweater with you at night.

At the moment, Montenegro is a parliamentary-presidential republic. The President of the country is Filip Vujanovic, the Prime Minister is Milo Djukanovic.

An interesting fact: in 2006, the country withdrew from the union of Serbia and Montenegro and declared independence. The day of proclamation June 3 is considered a national holiday.

Interesting facts about Montenegro

The name of the country comes from the Serbian word “Crna Gora”, which means “Black Mountain”.

Over 40% of the territory is covered by forests.

An interesting fact: in Montenegro, more than 45% of the population consider themselves Montenegrins, 30% - Serbs, but 43% of the total population consider Serbian as their mother and only 36% consider Montenegrin.

The country's economy is aluminum processing, light industry, ferrous metallurgy and shipbuilding. In recent years, Montenegro began to receive huge profits from the tourism sector, which moves the economy in the summer, is an interesting fact.

Montenegro has a modest territory of 13.8 thousand km2.

Interesting facts about Montenegro

The national currency is the euro. Montenegro does not have the right to print money (the country is not part of the EU), so most of the money comes to the country from tourists.

An interesting fact: in the culture of the country there is no zest, which would characterize the country Montenegro. The fact is that for many years of history many cultures, nations and styles have intertwined here.Orthodoxy and Islam contributed to the cultural development of the country's west and east.

Bobotov Kuk - the highest mountain and the center of mountaineering in Montenegro. The height of the mountain is 2523 m.

The area of ​​the country is even smaller than the state of Connecticut (USA) - an interesting fact.

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