If you decide to book this excursion you will have opportunity to enjoy great night life in Montenegro. Budva has one of the best night clubs in region which attracts many young people from all over the world. Famous DJs and regional music stars will certainly make your night in Budva unforgettable.
Welcome to Montenegro and start your New Year holiday in this beautiful country with the help of Monte Mare Travel. In this 8 days arrangement, visit the most recognizable places and monuments that are on the 'postcards' of Montenegro in world wide magazines. Enjoy concerts of regional popular stars, beautiful music and New Year's atmosphere on the Adriatic coast. Discover Podgorica - Capital of Montenegro and its most famous wineries, Cetinje - Old Royal Capital with its museums and churches,Ostrog - the third most visited place when it comes to visits to the Christian world, just after Christ's tomb in Jerusalem and the Holy Mountain in Greece. Then, Adriatic coast: Budva - Montenegrin metropolis of tourism, Perast a medieval town, Our Lady of the Rocks island, Kotor -included in the UNESCO list of World Cultural and Natural Heritage, Tivat -luxurious marina so-called 'Montenegrin Monaco' , Saint Stefan - a unique place in the whole world, at the same time an island - city - hotel...
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The badnjak is a log brought into the house and placed on the fire on the evening of Christmas Eve,(I) a central tradition in Slavic Christmas celebrations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, much like a yule log in other European traditions. In the Bulgarian, Croatian, and Serbian languages, the name for Christmas Eve is derived from the term badnjak. The tree from which the badnjak is cut, preferably a young and straight oak, is ceremonially felled early on the morning of Christmas Eve. The felling, preparation, bringing in, and laying on the fire, are surrounded by elaborate rituals, with many regional variations. The burning of the log is accompanied by prayers that the coming year brings food, happiness, love, luck, and riches. The badnjak is treated as a person, to whom salutations and sacrifices such as grain, wine, and honey are offered. The log burns on throughout Christmas Day, when the first visitor strikes it with a poker or a branch to make sparks fly, requesting that the family's happiness and prosperity be as abundant as the sparks.
The implementation of the Dayton Accords of 1995 has focused the efforts of policymakers in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as the international community, on regional stabilization in the countries-successors of the former Yugoslavia. Within Bosnia and Herzegovina, relations with its neighbors of Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia have been fairly stable since the signing of the Dayton Agreement in 1995.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Adriatic League, currently known as the NLB League as part of the naming rights sponsorship (from 2001 to 2006 known as the Goodyear League), is a top-level regional basketball league that features teams from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia, all of which are former republics of SFR Yugoslavia. The league is a private venture, founded in 2001 and organized by Slovenian company Sidro d.o.o. The league exists alongside scaled-down versions of domestic leagues in each country (Na a Sinalko Liga, A1 Liga, Prvenstvo BiH, 1. SKL, Opportunity Liga). All of its teams join their country''s own competitions in late spring after the Adriatic League regular season and post-season have been completed.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Vukolaj Radonjic II (born Njegusi, 1765. died Kotor. 29th. May, 1832. ) was the last Montenegrin Guvernadur. His training was completed in the noble Academy in klov (Belarus) in 1778, where he gained his title and kavalijer (Knight), and received the holy order of Ana. He married Stana Vukova Petrovic (Njegu i, about 1775. His father, Jovan Radonjic, served as guvernadur between 1798-1799, and was a member of the Montenegrin National Assembly. His uncle was in the clergy, Stanko Radonjic. He was a nahija (regional judge) from 1799, and was formally elected guvernadur on the 15th of May, 1804, by the People Assembly, two years after the death of his father. Agreement on the Declaration of union between Montenegro and Boka in Dobrota, 29.10. 1813. year, in addition to signing and Peter Bishop, the signature guvernadur Vukolaj Radonjic "in the name of the whole of Montenegro and the mountains", as well as the heads of other municipalities.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Badnjak refers to a log brought into the house and placed on the fire on the evening of Christmas Eve, a central tradition in Slavic Christmas celebrations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, much like a yule log in other European traditions as well as the Croatian name for Christmas Eve. The log is cut with great ceremony on Christmas Eve morning, which for Roman Catholic Croats, is December 24. The cutting, preparation, bringing in, and laying on the fire, are surrounded by elaborate religious rituals, with many regional variations. The log is kept burning throughout Christmas Day. With increased urbanization and migrations to cities, the badnjak tradition has recently been limited to more rural areas, as many urban homes do not having a hearth or fireplace, increasing the risk of a fire hazard, along with the fact that it is near impossible to cut one's own log in the city. Instead, some may chose to have a symbolic log kept in the home.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Radio Gorica is a radio station in Montenegro. Its headquarters are in Podgorica. The name "Gorica" probably comes from Gorica, the hill that Podgorica is named after. Radio Television Elmag is a broadcasting company based in Podgorica, Montenegro. RTV Elmag consists of TV Elmag and Radio Elmag. Radio Elmag was the first private FM radio station in Montenegro and is receivable throughout the country. Its transmission frequency in Podgorica is 96.00 FM. Nezavisna Televizija Montena (NTV Montena) is a regional broadcaster in Montenegro. It is based in Podgorica and can be seen in most of Montenegro. NTV Montena began broadcasting on 10 September 1998 from the studio in Podgorica.