A bell tower on the beach was built very large. I wonder if it was built to make it easier for passing ships to see the time.
Prepared for Podgorica, the city known as Titogra in the former Southern Period was built after World War II and had no monuments to see. Even so, I didn't realize that the capital was so quiet and pleasant and the prices were so easy to come by when I fled from the hot, unbearable and crowded Cottor. Take, for example, getting off the bus and having dinner at the station - even in a place where prices are supposed to be unpopular, the price of a Pizza is half of that of Cottor! _________ On Saturday afternoon, the streets of Podgorica were empty. The shops on the Pedestrian Street closed early. It was very comfortable to take a walk on the road at dusk.
This Bell Tower is actually the entrance of the old city. It goes into the old city from here. Because the old city was badly damaged during World War II, the old city has nothing to look at now. There is a small old mosque and the other buildings are basically not looking at it. Therefore, it is recommended not to go in and see it.