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Cetinje, Short Historical Walking Tour (Montenegro)
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The video presents the summary of the our tour guided by a local guide through Cetinje, the historical capital of Montenegro. We are acquainted with the history, spirituality and culture of Montenegrins by reviewing the main historical buildings and the personalities that inhabited them. The tour, like a time machine, opens a legendary world, ended a century ago.
At the end of the 15th century, under pressure from Turkish and Venetian invaders, Ivan Crnojević, religious and political leader, moved the country's capital to Cetinje, a natural fortified place at the foot of the Lovćen Mountains (Black, hence the name of the country). The princes court was built in 1482, and in 1484 the Crnojević fortified monastery was completed, in which his son, Đurađ Crnojević, will set up the first printing house of the southern Slavs. The court and the monastery will be completely destroyed by the Turks in 1692. Cetinje will begin to shine again under the leadership of bishop Danilo Petrović Njegoš, founder of the Petrović dynasty (with 7 rulers from 1697-1918, 5 of them being Vladika = bishop) but also builder (1701-1704) of the imposing Cetinje Monastery. Despite being devastated by the Turks several times, the monastic complex has been rebuilt and expanded each time, becoming the center of Montenegro's cultural, spiritual and political life. The church of the monastery houses the relics of Saint Peter of Cetinje, of the bishop-ruler Danilo Petrović Njegoš (the founder of the monastery) and of the Grand Duke Mirko, the father of King Nikola I Petrovic. Also, in the monastery museum is the hand of St. John the Baptist and a part of the cross on which Jesus was crucified. After Danilo Petrović Njegoš followed Sava Petrović Njegoš, Vasilije Petrović Njegoš, Petar I Petrović Njegoš, Petar II Petrović Njegoš, Danilo I Petrović Njegoš (he separates the ecclesiastical function from the political one, becoming Prince of Montenegro Petrov) and finally Nikola I Petrović Njegoš. Under Petar II Petrovic Njegoš (1813-1851; ruler, bishop, poet, philosopher) Cetinje, but also Montenegro know important modernizations and also from him remained the Biljard Palace (Museum), bringing the first billiard table in Cetinje. The last of the dynasty's list, but perhaps most important, is Nikola I Mirkov Petrović Njegoš (1841 - 1921), who reigned as sovereign prince (1860-1910) and then as king (1910-1918). Not only did Nikola I show great political skills, playing an important role on the European political scene, but he was also a profound reformer (administration, culture) of the country. Montenegro was recognized as an independent state at the Berlin Congress in 1878. Nikola I practically rebuilt (urbanized) Cetinje in the form we see today (the historical city), the former palaces and embassies now becoming cultural institutions. Nikola I also closes a historical cycle by building in 1886 the Ćipur Church (with the role of princes chapel) exactly on the ruins of the former monastery built in 1484 by Ivan Crnojević, the founder of the city. Exiled after the First World War, his and his wife's remains will be re-buried with all honors in 1989 in this church (Ćipur). In 1942, Josip Broz Tito, the communist leader of Yugoslavia, moved the capital of Montenegro from Cetinje to Titograd (today Podgorica).
Our quick tour through the historical part of Cetinje city points to the following objectives: Ćipur Church, Cetinje Monastery, Biljard Palace (Museum) of Petar II Petrovic Njegoš, Palace (Museum) of King Nikola I Petrović Njegoš, Ethnographic Museum (former Serbian Embassy), the former Girls' School, the Music Academy (the former embassy of Great Britain) and the Blue Palace (residence of the Crown Prince Danilo I, now the seat of the Montenegro presidency). Unfortunately, we did not see the Vlaska Church (Vlach's Church), which we, the Romanians, would be interested in, the church being built at 1450 by the Vlachs (Romanians) shepherds, now disappeared population.
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Lorsque l’on évoque le Monténégro, ce pays des Balkans devenu indépendant en 2006, Cetinje n’est pas forcément la première ville qui vient à l’esprit. Située à une trentaine de kilomètres de la capitale Podgorica et de Budva, elle fut autrefois la capitale du royaume du Monténégro. Il faut visiter vraiment Cetinje pour comprendre ce pays, dont le sort changea avec son premier et dernier roi : Nicolas Ier.
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The President of Montenegro is the head of state of Montenegro.The current president is Filip Vujanović, who was reelected in the first round of the 2013 presidential election with 51.2% of the vote.The official residence of the President is the Blue Palace located in the former royal capital Cetinje.
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A universe in a nutshell -- far apart from the beaten tourist tracks. A re-discovered paradise opens up to its guests.
Holiday at the seaside with lovely beaches, hidden coves, fascinating small historical coastal towns with modern flair: yes, naturally! You may choose from cosy quarters in a hospitable private home to international 5-star hotels with the complete wellness programme. The gastronomy offers delicious regional specialities as well as international classics.
Hiking on marked trails, through majestic mountain massifs with spice-scented meadows; discover the boundless high plateaus on a mountain bike; white-waters, the awe-inspiring canyon (Europe's deepest) of the river Tara, a hot spot for rafters! Eerie caves and ravines where bears and wolves may hide (and maybe goblins and fairies): yes, naturally!
National parks appeal to all nature lovers. Montenegro already has four very distinctive ones and will soon have six. For instance Biogradska Gora, the wildly romantic primeval forest, which you can explore on an easy trail. Or the area around Lake Skadar, Europe's largest bird sanctuary. With this and many other measures our country endeavours to fulfil the article of our constitution as an Ecological State. Growing areas of our land are being established as nature reserves and protected by law - naturally!
Historical treasures from the earliest settlements to the Njegoš Mausoleum on top of the mountain Lovcen: yes, naturally! Our varied history left its tracks from the Roman buildings that are still used as venues up to the fortifications built by the Habsburg realm -- with a breathtaking view of the unique Bay of Kotor with its fascinating heart. Follow the Adriatic coastline south to the charming medieval village Budva and to the largest beach near Ulcinj: there is a lot waiting to be discovered. But we would like to induce you also to explore the interior of the country: the historical royal town Cetinje is just north of Budva. A very interesting excursion would be a trip to the Ostrog Monastery, where miracles are said to happen even today.
And you ought to meet the Montenegrin mountain people, too. Throughout our diverse history they learned to valiantly repulse invaders of all kinds -- and to receive welcome guests with genuine hospitality. Do look them up in the scattered alpine cottages and experience a visit to friends.
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A royal welcome: Prince Charles and Camilla receive a guard of honour as they meet the president of Montenegro on their Balkans tour
Camilla, 68, wore a light blue dress with tan accessories
Royals met the president of Montenegro and will attend a cultural festival
By Phoebe Jackson-edwards For Mailonline
Published: 13:53 GMT, 18 March 2016 | Updated: 23:29 GMT, 18 March 2016
The Duchess of Cornwall looked ready for spring in a pale blue jacket and matching shift dress as she attended a reception at the President's Palace in Montenegro.
Camilla, 68, was all smiles in her elegant outfit, matched with tan heels and a coordinated clutch as she walked past a guard of honour to mark their arrival.
The Duchess and the Prince of Wales, 67, met President of Montenegro Vujanovic and Svetlana Vujanovic in Cetinje on day five of their tour of the Balkans.
Camilla was all smiles in her elegant outfit, matched with tan heels and a coordinated clutch as she walked past a guard of honour at the President's Palace, with President Vujanovic's wife Svetlana Vujanovic
The Duchess of Cornwall looked ready for spring in a pale-blue coat, as Prince Charles shook President Vujanovic's hand, right his wife Svetlana Vujanovic
The Duchess chose a collarless coat for the occasion and accessorised her pastel number with a pearl necklace with jewel detailing.
Camilla and the president's wife Svetlana Vujanovic seemed to get on famously as they walked past the armed guard and appeared to share a joke.
The Duchess' bright and breezy outfit was contrasted by Svetlana's fashion choice of a leather jacket cinched with a waist belt and navy midi dress.
The royals will begin their visit today in the Montenegrin capital of Podgorica.
After the reception, the couple will tour a cultural heritage festival in Cetinje, the country's old royal capital, where agriculture minister Petar Ivanovic will discuss the importance of the sustainability of agricultural development in Montenegro.
Among the exhibitions are a winery, olive growers and honey makers, as well as a traditional dance troupe whose routine includes a human pyramid.
The Prince of Wales walks past the armed guard with the Montenegro president with his wife and Camilla behind
Charles surveyed the guard of honour as he walked up to the President's Palace in Cetinje
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