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Top Things to do In Cetinje 2020



77 things to do found in Cetinje
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St. Tryphon Cathedral

St. Tryphon CathedralNearby City

4.9/58 Reviews
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"It's relatively small, but the stone-like building really looks very vicissitudes of history. I personally think it is really good, as if walking in the ancient city, looking at the ancient church, and reading a history book."
Cetinje Monastery

Cetinje Monastery

4/53 Reviews
"Cetinje Monastery (Cetinje Monastery), built in the Middle Ages. The residence of the court of the theocracy (archbishop) Ivan Crnojevic who ruled the country from 1561-1851. Due to its geographic location, Montenegro often fought with Albania and Ottoman Turkey. Cetinje was occupied by Turkish troops three times in 1692, 1714, and 1785. For the first time, the guards destroyed the monastery with gunpowder, killing many of its own people. And the Turks. The monastery was restored in 1701 and 1785."
Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ Podgorica

Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ PodgoricaNearby City

4.6/57 Reviews
"The very beautiful church building is set against the blue sky and white clouds. Although the history of the building is not long, it is very exquisite. You can enjoy it from different angles when you walk around the church. The internal frescoes are modern but not lacking in beauty. It is free to visit."
Church of St. Nicholas Franciscan Monastery

Church of St. Nicholas Franciscan MonasteryNearby City

4.5/52 Reviews
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"The building is very distinctive from the outside. The pillars on both sides are very tall and majestic, and it feels very serious."
Podmaine Monastery

Podmaine MonasteryNearby City

5/51 Reviews
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"Podmaine Monastery is an Eastern Orthodox monastery, built in the 15th century, not a tourist attraction. Unexpectedly, it was very beautiful. It was crowded with local worshippers on Sunday morning. After listening to the hymns, they could only take a closer look at the end of the service and the sacrament."
St. Nikola Church

St. Nikola ChurchNearby City

5/51 Reviews
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"The Church of St. Nicholas is the main church of Kotor. The church was built in 1166. The double cross on the roof of the cathedral is also called the "archbishop's cross." The internal frescoes are very exquisite, and there are many treasures in the church. You can also enjoy the beautiful view of the entire bay from the bell tower."
Dubrovnik Cathedral

Dubrovnik CathedralNearby City

4.2/532 Reviews
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"Dubrovnik Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church and the Catholic cathedral in the Diocese of Dubrovnik. The church was built at the end of the 17th century and the beginning of the 18th century and contains many precious paintings and remains. Above the gate of the church is a golden statue of the city protecting the Holy Bryce. The church was damaged during the Yugoslav Civil War and has now been restored.​"
Crkva Gospe od Škrpjela

Crkva Gospe od ŠkrpjelaNearby City

4/51 Reviews
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"You can get there from Kotor on the blue line for 1 Euro, about 15 minutes. You can go to the two islands for 5 euros for a round trip. You may ask a few more for 10 euros. The hotel is also very good to live here. If you come to Kotor, you must come here. It's very comfortable to eat by the sea."
St. Ozana Church (or St. Maria of river)

St. Ozana Church (or St. Maria of river)Nearby City

5/51 Reviews
"A small island in the middle of the sea. There is a church on the island. If you go there, you must take a cruise ship. It feels like a cruise ship is more fun than a church."
Franciscan Monastery & Museum

Franciscan Monastery & MuseumNearby City

4/519 Reviews
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"The Franciscan Monastery (Franciscan Monastery) is the most beautiful late Romanesque building in Dalmatia. This fourteenth-century monastery also has a pharmacy attached to it, which has been in operation since 1391. It is the third oldest pharmacy in Europe, and it may be the first pharmacy open to the public (the history is longer than that of Chen Liji and Tong Ren Tang). Many dignitaries visited, including China’s former foreign minister." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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