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Format: 2014-09-18
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This tiny country just south of Croatia is, quite frankly, gorgeous. Mountains always make for an impressive landscape, but rarely do you see them covered head to toe in leafy treetops. The shades of green, pointed tips of Cyprus trees and rugged shrubs make the mountains look like they’ve been blanketed in a shaggy green rug.

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See what the wild area of Durmitor looks like seen by the camera of the most famous documentary production in the program "The Wild Balkans".

Source: www.rtcg.me

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Assignment of the annual award for contribution to the quality, recognition and promotion of tourist offer of Montenegro "Wild Beauty Award 2013 ".

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Montenegrin-based Lustica Development invested 4.87 million euro ($6.7 million) in the Lustica Bay holiday resort project in the third quarter of 2013, local media said on Tuesday.

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PODGORICA (Montenegro), November 1 (SeeNews) – Turkish hotel chain Rixos is interested in investing in tourism projects in the Montenegrin coastal town of Kotor, the municipality said on Friday.

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Durmitor National Park,Montenegro

Formed by glaciers, high in the mountains but close to the sea, Durmitor National Park is one of the most stunning natural reserves in Europe.

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It has gorgeous scenery, a fascinating history and luxurious new homes at a fraction of the cost of Italy or France. No wonder Montenegro is fast becoming a 21st-century Riviera.

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Porto Montenegro, the operator of a yacht marina in the Bay of Kotor, has opened a representative office in Russia, its first outside the tiny Balkan country, Podgorica-based media reported on Monday.

The office, which opened last week, will aim to boost cooperation with Moscow businessmen and to promote Montenegro's resorts and marina, news provider Portalanalitika.me said, quoting a company statement.

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One of the smallest countries in Europe, nestled between Croatia's Dalmatian coast and Albania, Montenegro's lure has long been its 295km of coastline, home to quiet fishing villages, flashy resort towns, Unesco-recognised fjordscapes and the remains of grand Venetian fortresses.

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With great pleasure, Montenegro Airlines offers you the opportunity to visit any of the destinations you desire.

From 30 September to 9 October, 2013 you may buy return tickets at the price of only 165.00 EUR (all taxes included) to Frankfurt, Zurich, Rome, Vienna, Paris, Ljubljana and Moscow.

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The Tourism Organization of Budva, TOB, will organize on the 29th September a celebration of Kadmo’s Day in order to promote cultural heritage and gastronomic offer.  The TO Budva says  that this is the event which will in the first place promote cultural heritage of Budva, with the accent on ancient heritage, and the myth about the founders of Budva, Kadmo and Harmonia, MINA business reports.

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Ships  “Azamara Journey“ and “Azamara Quest“ sailed in Boka Bay on the 19th September. These ships, which belong to the company “Azamara Club Cruises“, can receive 694 passengers each plus 390 crew members.

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Today 18:00, opening of "Pastirska staza" by artist colony "PM:PM" from Brno, Czech R. @ Etno selo Nevidio.

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That was the result when England faced off against this small Balkan nation in a World Cup qualifier back in March. The two teams will meet again in the reverse fixture next month – and England desperately need to win if they are to spend next summer in Brazil.

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For more than a decade after the breakup of Yugoslavia, Montenegro — the smallest of the country’s six republics — seemed to hold no place in the traveler’s mind beyond that of Serbia’s little sidekick. Now independent since 2006, the Adriatic nation sandwiched between Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Albania is quickly enticing Western travelers with a promising mix of history, beauty and culture.

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