The Kotor city wall was first built in the 9th century AD and was not fully completed until the 19th century. The city wall was built on St. John’s Hill, surrounding the entire mountainside and winding to the top of the mountain. Visitors can climb 1,300 steps to reach the highest point of the fortress. , Where you can overlook the depths of Kotor city and fjords, this is a must-chosen item for local travel.
In fact, it is the old dilapidated city wall, which is already very old. There is no trace of later renovation but it is still very well preserved.
Londonderry has a well-preserved city wall ~ there are cannons from the time! The scenic spots are relatively poorly maintained and basically no one cares about them.
The old city walls of the ancient city have left marks of the Cold Weapon Era everywhere
The Republic of Montenegro is a mountainous country located in the southwestern Balkan Peninsula and on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea. It drove 90 kilometers from Nikšić to the ancient city of Kotor. Before entering the ancient city, the winding road descended along the fjord. Passing through the ancient town of Perast, the Adriatic Sea surrounded by fjords is as calm as a lake. The port can take a boat to St. George’s Rock. Our Lady of the Rock is one of the two islands near Perast and is an artificial island. There is a church of Our Lady on the island, which is said to protect fishermen from going out to sea safely. Continue along Highway 8 (called E65 in Montenegro) and arrive at the ancient city of Kotor. The ancient city of Kotor is one of the well-preserved medieval old cities in the Adriatic Sea. The ancient city of Kotor is also a precious world heritage, worthy of savoring. The Kotor city wall is built on an almost vertical cliff, which looks like a mini version of the Great Wall from a distance. After climbing, you can overlook the entire old city and the fjord from the top of the mountain. Continue along Highway 8, the old city of Budva. The architectural style of the ancient city is similar to that of Kotor and will be smaller in scale, but the coastline of Budva is in sharp contrast with Kotor. Beaches, waves, and the charming island of St. Stefan. Unfortunately, it has been raining these few days, lacking blue sky and white clouds. The rainy weather and dark clouds formed another unique scenery. Next stop in Albania