An exclusive tour for all the romantics of the world! Together with the professional local guide, you will visit the most romantic places in the city. What is so special about Republic Square at Podgorica? You will feel spellbound in a charming atmosphere. What is considered as one of the best places to have a date in the city? Where can you make lovely photos? You will be surprised how many historical love stories are hidden in the streets, buildings, parks of the city. From heartbreaking and tragic, to the hilarious or spicy ones. What is so special about one of the most famous historical couple of the Montenegro country Nicholas I and Milena? This tour is especially recommended in the Saint Valentine period!
Kotor is a small fortified city in Montenegro. It is on the Adriatic coast. UNESCO protects the Old Town of Kotor. Are you ready to discover the magical spirit of the Venetian empire? What fiery tail stories you can hear in Kotor? How history can be romantic? Kotor winding streets and squares, its medieval old town are revealing several Romanesque churches, including Kotor Cathedral of St. Tryphon. Do you like challenges? 1355 steps for a breathtaking view of Kotor bay will take you to San Giovanni Fortress! With a professional local guide, you will discover secrets of the Maritime Museum, Saint Nicholas’ Church, Saint Luke’s Church. Enjoy your break with Kotor locals who still meet in the town for coffee with friends, and laundry strung between stone buildings of the ancient living city.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The house of Petrovi came originally from Herzegovina and settled in Njego around 1400. Niegosch was born around 1425 and became the Duke of Njego . Prince Nicholas is a descendant of a line founded by Danilo Petrovi Njego who obtained the hereditary Dignity of Vladika (Prince-Bishop) of Montenegro in 1711 when it became a Theocracy. Danilo I Petrovic Njegos was recognized as Sovereign Prince and heir of Montenegro by Russia on 21 March, 1852, and established succession by male primogeniture. His successor, Prince Nikola assumed the qualification of Royal Highness on 19 December 1900, and the title of King 28 August 1910.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Nikola was born in the village of Njegu i, the ancient home of the reigning House of Petrovi . His father, Mirko Petrovi -Njego , a celebrated Montenegrin warrior, was elder brother to Danilo II of Montenegro, who left no male offspring. After 1696, when the dignity of Vladika, or prince-bishop, became hereditary in the Petrovi family, the sovereign power had descended from uncle to nephew, the Vladikas belonging to the order of the black clergy (i.e., monastic clergy) who are forbidden to marry. A change was introduced by Danilo II, who declined the episcopal office, married and declared the principality hereditary in the direct male line. Mirko Petrovi -Njego having resigned his claim to the throne, his son was nominated heir, and the old system of succession was thus accidentally continued.