This clock tower is a landmark in Podgorica. Seeing here has reached the old town of Podgorica. A small fortress hidden among the green hills and green trees. This clock tower is the core of this small town.
This is a clock tower left over from the Turkish period and is a free attraction in the city
A clock tower on the seashore is very big. I don’t know if it’s for passing ships to see the time clearly.
I was mentally prepared for Podgorica, knowing that this city called Titograd in the former Yugoslavia was built after World War II and there are no monuments to see.
Even so, escaping here from Kotor, where the heat is unbearable and crowded, I did not expect that the capital is so quiet and pleasant, and the prices are so approachable. For example, if you get off the bus and eat at the station-even in a place like the station that is supposed to be inexpensive, the price of a pizza is half that of Kotor!
On Saturday afternoon, the streets of Podgorica were empty. The shops in the pedestrian street were closed early. It was very comfortable to take a walk on the road at dusk.
This clock tower is actually the entrance to the old city, from here to the old city, because the old city was badly damaged during World War II, the old city is not much to see now, there is a small old mosque, other buildings basically have nothing It looks good, so I suggest not to go in and see