The river of Crnojević is in the municipality of Cetinje and flows into the famous Lake Skadar. In summer the river dries up a little and turns green with lilies, while in winter the water rises a couple of meters and has a marvelous emerald hue. There is a small town on the river, with approximately 300 inhabitants. This peaceful location was in the past full of life - in the past, it was the capital of the Montenegrin state of Zeta (1465-1490), and the residence of Prime Minister Joan Crnojević, as well as a crossroads of the main trade routes.
NATIONAL PARK DURMITOR
Durmitor is a natural wonderland in Montenegro. The vast area is covered with ancient forests, mountains, lakes, rivers, and high-mountain meadows. Somewhere in this area, there are small villages, where people live almost as they did hundreds of years ago, without changing their centuries-old way of life.
The Black Lake is located at an altitude of 1415 meters above sea level near the town of Zabljak on the slope of Mount Medjed. Montenegrins call it the "Eyes of the Mountains" because the Black Lake is actually two lakes, connected by a small channel. The channel is shallow and dries up in the summer, forming two independent lakes - Big and Small.
In the National Park Durmitor, at an altitude of 1,411 meters above sea level, there is a real "Devil's Lake", which is how the name Enemy Lake is translated. The name comes from an old legend, "once upon a time on the lake lived an evil red-winged horse, which from its nostrils let out red flames. At night he came out of the lake and befriended the mares, whom he beat in the belly afterward so that they would not give birth to winged foals from him. But one horse still gave birth to the good horse Yabuchila, on which the governor Momchilo flew.
The Djurdjevic Bridge is a road arch bridge that connects the two banks of the Tara River canyon and is one of the most beautiful places in Montenegro. The bridge offers stunning views of the deepest canyon in Europe and the surrounding mountains. The Djurdjevic Bridge is considered one of the most visited attractions in Montenegro. At the same time, it is a unique engineering structure. The length of the bridge - 365 m, the height - 172 m. The structure consists of 5 arches, the longest of which is 116 m.
One of the most beautiful waterfalls of Montenegro is located near Podgorica on the river Cijevna. This river originates on the border with Albania in the Prokletje Mountains. When the snow melts on the tops of the mountains in spring, the river bed fills with water and its rapid streams rush along the vast vineyards and eventually flow into the Moraca River and Lake Skadar. Not far from where the river Cijevna merges with the Moraca, there is a picturesque waterfall, which the locals either jokingly or seriously nicknamed Niagara.
The small and cozy village of Sveti Stefan is another pearl of Montenegro, lost among the amazingly clear sea and rocks. The resort is located in the middle of the Budvan Riviera and consists of two parts, connected to each other by a narrow naturally formed isthmus. It is famous for the purity of beaches and sea, a favorable atmosphere, contributing to a quiet holiday, and the opportunity to enjoy privacy on the island section of the village close to the usual tourists.