The monastery of Cetinje is rich in history and keeps the Hand of St. John the Baptist - three fingers of his right hand, who baptized Jesus Christ. A piece of the life-giving cross of the Lord, on which Jesus Christ was crucified, and the relics of Peter of Cetin - the founder of the monastery of Cetin.
CATHEDRAL OF THE RESURRECTION OF CHRIST, PODGORICA
The Cathedral Church erected in Podgorica can be called unique. It is not for nothing that tourists are recommended to visit it. After all, this is one of the largest churches in Europe, the Balkans, and the largest in Montenegro and can take more than 5000 pilgrims at a time.
Daibabe Monastery is an Orthodox monastery in Montenegro, 4 km from Podgorica. The monastery church is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. The monastery is unusual in its location, being buried in the ground and having in the mountain a small system of caves and a source of water.
Ostrog Monastery is a wonderful place of healing and miracles, a functioning Orthodox monastery where the relics of Vasiliy Ostrogsky are located. It is located only an hour's drive from Podgorica, in the village of Bogetici. The monastery was founded in the middle of the 17th century and got its name because of the mountain cliff. In the past these caves, which are now a monastery complex of two parts - the Lower and Upper Monastery, with churches of Blessed Virgin Mary and the Life-Giving Cross carved in the rock, were the homes of the Ostrog monks. Construction of the lower part of the monastery began in the 18th century.