Kuči is the name for the area and the tribe, one of the mountain tribes that formed the state of Montenegro in the 19th century. In the past, the inhabitants of these areas were mainly engaged in cattle breeding and living a semi-nomad lifestyle, so it is very interesting to visit this area and hear about the customs and history of this mountain tribe. It is located at a distance of Podgorica, about 30 km.The first landmark in this area is the monument to Novak Milošev. Novak Milošev Vujadinović (1835-1892) is a great Montenegrin hero, who especially distinguished himself in the battle of Fundina on August 2, 1876.Further on, there is the most significant fortress – the Old Town of Medun (Meteon), which is located at the 13th kilometre northeast of Podgorica and dates from the ancient period.At the foot of the walls of this city and fort, lived our famous literate, military leader, tribal leader, Montenegrin Duke and hero Marko Miljanov (1833-1901).
Experience Boka bay with a custom made cruise boat for the most enjoyable journey on water – welcome to Kotor bay Cruise!We embark in Kotor and shorty after we have our first swimming break to cool down from a hot day. Refreshed, we are headed straight towards the Blue Cave passing entire bay and as we go around the famous former prison “Mamula” we reach the open sea. Swimming in fluorescent blue water inside of a natural cave is one of the best attractions of Boka Bay!Time for lunch break at Porto Montenegro to regain our energy.From there we sail back to Kotor and make another stop for Yugoslavian military tunnels. Don’t miss another quick jump into clear ink blue water here!The evening hours are the best time to visit famous island Our Lady of Rocks, both church and a museum, when all the tourists are gone.Now we are ready to go back home! Relaxing ride back followed by astonishing scenery and burning sunset.
Skadar lake is among the greatest national parks in Montenegro an it is nature reserve for a lot of bird and fish species. Tour begin from Virpazar and easily flow trough channel to the first stop at island Grmozur which is from 19th century and used to be military fort and later prison, but now days is touristic attraction. Later we are heading to the Lesendro fort, which is greatest fort in Skadar lake built in 18th century, which also was island, but now days is peninsula. Fort is abandoned and damaged during wars and earthquakes, but is most interesting stop for tourists. After short break we are heading to the Kom monastery, which is built in 15th century. This is the most beautiful monastery around Skadar lake and it is still in good condition. Here you will have break to visit the monastery and find out why is so much important. You would have time for swimming and sunbat on a boat and enjoy tasting some domestic juice and vines. After break we are heading back to Virpazar.
Lust, Vengeance and Non-stop Action. Mike Harmon's commando-quality retainers agree: their leader, code-named Ghost, is a peculiar one. An ex-Navy-SEAL, there is no stronghold he cannot penetrate, no target he can't take out. But Ghost is also a man struggling to keep the animal inside at bay and his twisted sexual desires satisfied with a rock-hard integrity and incredible force of will. Now Harmon and his militia have been hired to rescue the daughter of a powerful political mover in America, kidnapped into the Eastern Europe sex trade. Welcome to the Balkan Route: a notorious pathway for human trafficking carved with blood and brutality and passing through Serbia and Montenegro, Croatia, Albania, Macedonia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Kosovo to the heart of darkness itself: sexual snuff houses where powerful politicians pay to rape and murder young women for kicks. Turns out some of those politicians hail from Washington, D.C. But now the Route is about to be re-Routed, and the balance of power is about to shift dramatically - to the smoking muzzle of one very angry ex-SEAL's M-4.Sometimes it takes a bad man to destroy an even more terrible evil. And the baddest of them all is Ghost. They'll be sorry they made his girls cry. John Ringo, veteran of the U.S. Army's 82nd Airborne and five time New York Times bestseller with over a million books in print, delivers another blockbuster military techno-thriller with the latest entry in his ''Ghost'' saga. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jeremy Arthur. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/016709/bk_adbl_016709_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Voivode is a Slavic title that originally denoted the principal commander of a military force. The word gradually came to denote the governor of a province, the territory ruled or administered by a voivode is known as a voivodeship. In English, the title is often translated as "prince", "duke", or, as in Bram Stoker''s Count Dracula, "count". The Polish title is sometimes rendered in English as "palatine" or "count palatine", in charge of a palatinate. In Slavic terminology, the rank of a voivode is in some cases considered equal of that of a German Herzog.The title was used in medieval Bulgaria, Bohemia, Bosnia, Croatia, Transylvania, Poland, Moscow (later Tsardom of Russia), Serbia, Republic of Macedonia, Moldavia, Wallachia, Halych, Volhynia, Novgorod Republic, Chernigov, Kiev. Later, voivode was the highest military rank in the principalities of Montenegro and Serbia, the Kingdom of Yugoslavia.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Military of Montenegro consists of an army, navy and air force. Conscription was abolished in 2006, the military is now a fully professional standing army. The military currently maintains a force of 2500 active duty members. The bulk of its equipment and forces were inherited from the armed forces of the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro, as Montenegro contained the entire coastline of the former union, it retained practically the entire naval force. Montenegro is a member of NATO's Partnership for Peace program and is an official candidate for full membership in the alliance. Montenegro applied for a Membership Action Plan on November 5, 2008, which was granted in December 2009. Montenegro is also a member of Adriatic Charter.
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Seminar paper from the year 2005 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Peace and Conflict Studies, Security, grade: 1,0, University of Tubingen, course: Course 'Normative Theories of International Relations', 18 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Somalia, Serbia-Montenegro, Iraq - These are just three of several countries that were exposed to external military intervention in recent times. Although this kind of intervention is in principle prohibited under international law under Article 2 of the United Nations Charter, states have not been hesitating to use force in order to retaliate against an aggressor, to preventively fight against a threat to national security or to protect human rights. Regardless of its legality, it is interesting to analyze the legitimacy of an intervention from an ethical perspective. Under which conditions is a state morally justified to militarily interfere in another state's internal affairs? What are the moral standards on which a state's conduct of war should be based? Opinions among scholars differ greatly when dealing with this contentious issue. This essay is going to provide some possible answers. Initially, I define the key concepts of the essay theme: 'morality' and 'intervention'. The second chapter deals with two crucial theories of the justice of intervention, namely utilitarianism and just war theory. Subsequently, I present some of Michael Walzer's ideas about just war as elaborated in his famous book 'Just and Unjust Wars'. At the end of my essay, in the fourth chapter, I attempt to answer the question whether the NATO intervention in Kosovo was morally justified by applying just war theory. The second and third chapter are accompanied by my personal evaluation.
In The Balkan Wars 1912-1913, Richard Hall examines the origins, the enactment and the resolution of the Balkan Wars, during which the Ottoman Empire fought a Balkan coalition of Bulgaria, Greece, Montenegro and Serbia. The Balkan Wars of 1912 - 1913 opened an era of conflict in Europe at the beginning of the 20th century, which lasted until 1918, and which established a basis for problems which tormented Europe until the end of the century. Based on archival as well as published diplomatic and military sources, this book provides the first comprehensive perspective on the diplomatic and military aspects of the Balkan Wars. It demonstrates that, because of the diplomatic problems raised and the military strategies and tactics pursued to resolve those problems, The Balkan Wars of 1912-1913 were the first phase of the greater and wider conflict of the First World War.