22AprDay after tomorrow
It is hard to resist the charm of medieval towns and fortresses on Montenegrin coast: Budva, Kotor, Risan, Perast, Herceg Novi, Bar, Ulcinj ...
This is where Byzantine school and Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque waves in architecture, stone sculptures and paintings are touching and interweaving. The city of Kotor is, as part of the world cultural heritage, under UNESCO’s protection.
A substantial part of the old religious architecture is also well preserved. The following monasteries single out for their monumentality and beauty: the monasteries of Morača, Piva, Sveta Trojica (Holy Trinity), Đurđevi stupovi, Savina and Ostrog - one of the world’s greatest shrines. There is also the St. Trifun Cathedral; Gospa od Skrpijela (Church of Our Lady of the Rocks) ... As for Islamic religious objects Husein Pašina Džamija (Hussein-Pasha’s Mosque) in Pljevlja stands out for its beauty.