Podgorica Things to Do

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  • 1. Ribnica Fortress

    This was the first of Podgorica's sites that I actually really liked. The Ribnica River was not at its best; it was completely dry. The stone bridge across it had the odd graffitti tag. The...

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  • 2. The Millenium Bridge

    Completed in 2005 this beautiful 140 metre long cable-stayed bridge has become the new symbol of Podgorica. We viewed it from the nearby Moskovski Pedestrian Bridge. It is a very impressive structure...

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  • 3. Cathedral of the Resurrection

    The Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ - Saborni Hram Hristovog Vaskrsenja Due to the intense heat we took a taxi to this church then slowly wended our way back via several sights. This...

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  • 4. Ivana Milutinovi?a Park

    Podgorica has several parks. They tend to join together or be near each other, so I did not really think of them as separate places. None of them were spectacular. All of them were pleasant. They...

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  • 5. Saint George's Church

    St George's Church is located at the foot of Gorica Hill. It is the oldest church in Podgorica. There is an icon inside depicting George and the dragon. It is a lovely little church dating from...

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  • 6. Partizan Memorial

    I walked up Gorica Hill from Saint George's Church to the Partizan Memorial. This monument was quite impressive. It was built in 1953 by architect Vojislav Dokic and covers the remains of Partizan...

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  • 7. Statue to Alexander Pushkin

    When we visited Podgorica we liked this statue. I especially like statues you can join in in and this one is a perfect example with its extra chair between the main figures. At the time of our visit...

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  • 8. Church next to cathedral

    There was a small church next to the cathedral. When we arrived it was open, but it closed before we could visit. This was not a problem as you could look through the windows to see the lovely...

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  • 9. The Ottoman Bathouse, Podgorica

    Podgorica does not have too many old buildings as it was largely flattened in World War 11, so you would think the city would value the ones it does have. That was not the case with the Ottoman...

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  • 10. The Church of the Holy Heart of Jesus, Podgorica

    This church was the first site we visited because it was between our hotel and the centre of town. It was not open so we did not get to look inside. The church is of an unusual modern architectural...

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  • 11. King Nikola Petrovic Monument

    King Nikola was the last king of Montenegro. He lived from 1841 to 1921. He was a general, a politician and a poet. The statue shows him seated on a horse. It was sculpted by Risto Radmilovic and was...

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  • 12. Vladimir Vysotsky Monument

    This statue is located on the western side of the Moskovski Pedestrian Bridge. Vladimir Vysotsky was a Russian poet, singer and actor. He wrote more than 800 songs, many of them political in nature....

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  • 13. Karadorde Petrovic Monument

    This statue depicts Karadorde Petrovic a famous general and politician. He lived from 1768 to 1817. The monument is made of bronze and is 3.5 metres high. It was built by Sreten Stojanovic. Karadorde...

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  • 14. The Clock Tower

    The Clock Tower is one of Podgoricas few remaining historical buildings. It is set in an open square. It is worth a look, but is not overly impressive. It dates from Ottoman times and served to remind...

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  • 15. Monument to Petar 11

    This is located in a little park near the Moraca River. Petar 11 Petrovic Njegos is seated and hlding a book. He was a bishop, writer and philosopher. The statue was created by Sreten Stojanovic in...

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  • 16. Ribnica

    The Ribnica (big and small) are two of the three rivers that go through Montenegro’s capital (the third is the Moraca). The Ribnica is evidently not a very deep...

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  • 17. Trg Republike

    Trg Republike (Republic Square) is the main central shopping square of downtown Podgorica. Don't let that description confuse you - this is no Magnificent Mile...

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  • 18. Sahat Kula

    The Sahat Kula (Clock Tower) is a bit odd because it is essentially an old stone building surrounded by hideous Socialist-era apartment blocks and housing...

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  • 19. New Bridge

    Almost every city in the world has its own Millenium Bridge. Recently Podgorica got one too. It was opened on July 13th, the National Holliday of Montenegro. I...

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