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Manastir Ostrog je manastir Srpske pravoslavne crkve smješten uz skoro vertikalnu ivicu, visoko na panini Ostroška greda u Crnoj gori. Posvećen je Svetom Vasiliju Ostroškom. Osnovao ga ga hercegovački mitropolit Vasilije u 17. vijeku.
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Built into a sheer cliff, Ostrog Monastery is one of the most beautiful and revered holy sites in Montenegro. Ostrog Monastery is one of the most revered religious sites in all of the former Yugoslav states. It’s visited by up to a million tourists and pilgrims every year. It’s also revered and…
Historic and iconic orthodox monastery on top of the mountain. Many centuries has passed away and built its history and status. Now days , people all over the world are visiting Ostrog , no matter what religion they belong.
My favourite place. Just go and enjoy yourself and your soul at peace with yourself. believe and wait for a miracle
One of the most significant orthodox churches . Believed to have healing powers. True place of spirituality .
The monastery in rocks built by one of the most known saints in Orthodox Christianity. It is the place where people go to pray, but also to express their religion.
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“The most stunning mountain of Montenegro. It is in the North, so it's a 3-hour ride from Bar. However, if you have time on your hand it's a must! Some breathtaking landscapes here. The Black Lake, Tara canyon (the biggest in Europe) and much more to see in this beautiful region!”
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“The Magnificent Tara River Canyon 20. Jan 2019. Welcome adventurers and explorers - to the magnificent Tara River Canyon, an unexplored gem of Europe! In the south of Europe, surrounded by Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Albania, rests a charming little country called Montenegro, where Tara River emerges in all its glory. Even though its name means “Black mountain”, Montenegro’s mountains and nature are kaleidoscopical - the rivers and glacial lakes turning from blue to turquoise, the flowers of all colors covering the fields, the earthy textures of centuries-old houses splashed by the sun-kissed Adriatic sea, and between the green mountains and snow-white peaks of this country flows the crystal clear Tara, a diamond in the rough. Come with us on an exciting trip down the Tara River Gorge to see what else lies around the river bend! Flowing through Montenegro and a part in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Tara River is a creation of two rivers in the Komovi mountains in Montenegro - Opasanica and Veruša. In some parts, the walls of the Tara Canyon are 1.333 m deep, making it the second deepest canyon in the world after the Grand Canyon on the River Colorado, but the first canyon in regards to its beauty. Known as the “Tear of Europe”, the Tara River is 158 km long, has 14 different rivers flowing into it, 7 from each side and has 69 rapids on that path. Another interesting feature is the cascades. The loud noise of the cascades can be heard even in the upper parts of the canyon. There are over 40 cascades on the Tara river, the most important being Crna Vrela, Bijela Vrela, Djavolje Lazi, Sokolovina and Bijeli Kamen. The most important spring that flows into the Tara river is Bajlovica Sige waterfall, which crashes into Tara with 100 liters of water per second, falling from the Bucevica cave which is over 30 m high and an astonishing 150 m wide! Tara river takes pride in being on the UNESCO’s list of protected areas in the “Man and Biosphere” program from 1977 because of its diverse flora and fauna! A lot of animals call Tara canyon their home, such as trouts, huchens, graylings and other types of fish, birds like hawks, eagles, capercaillies, griffon vultures etc, then bears, wolves, foxes, chamois, and the rarest of them all in these areas are otters swimming in the Tara river. In the valleys of the Tara Canyon, there are certain herbs and trees that date all the way back to the ice age. Forests are rich with oaks, ashes, birches, beeches, and black pine trees. Most of the year the water level is a class 3-4, only in the spring when the snow melts, and when there are heavy storms in a short period of time, the river is a class 5-. The average temperature of the water is 8° C, and it is drinkable throughout the whole stream. The last 40 km of the river acts as a natural border between Montenegro and BiH. Not many people know that each rapid has a name, most exciting being Gornji Tepacki Buk, Donji Tepacki Buk, Borovi etc, and that most of them are grouped in the lower part of the river, which is why the lower part is the best for organizing outdoor activities, such as rafting and kayaking - the rapids speed up the river flow and the rides down that stretch are extremely adventurous! If one is standing on the Šćepan polje bridge, which is the custom border between Montenegro and BiH, he can hear the exciting screams and laughter of the rafters echoing off the canyon walls and see them riding the river downslope. It is near the border where Tara and Piva rivers join hands and create Drina river. ”
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“Learn a lot about Montenegro history, feel the spirit of old Montenegro. Must see when you are here. ;)”
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“Set on the road Podgorica-Kolašin, this monastery contains one of the most beautiful frescoes on this area. ”
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“More amazing landscapes await for you on the North, if you decide to take the trip! But trust me, it is so worth it! :) This rainforest is definitely one of my favourite places in Montenegro!”
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