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Đurđevića Tara Bridge

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Obrad
Obrad
July 2, 2017
Canyon of Tara,2nd biggest world canyon after Colorado in USA.
Andrijana
Andrijana
June 13, 2016
Zip line is very popular, hiking in the near mountains also.
Family Ostojic -
Family Ostojic -
June 4, 2013
Beautiful Đurđevića Tara Bridge
Ranko & Darja
Ranko & Darja
May 21, 2013
Djurdjevica Tara Bridge is a concrete arch bridge over the Tara River in northern Montenegro. It was built between 1937 and 1940, it's 365m long and the roadway stands 172 meters above the river.
Milica
Milica
January 21, 2013
Djurdjevica Tara Bridge is a concrete arch bridge over the Tara River in northern Montenegro. It was built between 1937 and 1940, it's 365m long and the roadway stands 172 metres above the river.

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Natural Feature
“Komovi Mountain is one of the three most impressive and most magnificent mountain ranges of Montenegro and also of Dinaric Alps - Dinarides”
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Museum
“This monastery was built in XV century. It was not only a place of worship and dedication to the orthodox christian people on this area, but it was also an important governing institution. For some particular period of time in Montenegrin history, the ruler of Montenegro was both religious and imperial leader of people. ”
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Kilise
“Set on the road Podgorica-Kolašin, this monastery contains one of the most beautiful frescoes on this area. ”
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National Park
“Biogradska Gora NP One of the last great unspoiled primeval forest wilderness areas in Europe with lakes, bears, wolves, deer etc. It is also the World’s second oldest national park. There are wonderful mountain tracks for 4x4 vehicles plus fabulous walking territory. The largest lake, the Biogradsko Jezero is easily visited, with a lovely encircling walk and boats for hire.”
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Kilise
“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 visited by Orthodox Christians, Roman Catholics and Muslims. We took a trip up here in June and it was the perfect weather to see this marvel of human dedication and engineering. The sun was shining, the flowers were blooming and we enjoyed the mountain air. From afar, Ostrog looks like it defies gravity. It’s built right into a sheer cliff face way above the plains below. You can see the white of the building shining like a beacon against the dark rock from miles away. There are two parts to the monastery: the upper and lower monasteries. We parked at the lower monastery and followed a lovely path through the woods for about 45 minutes to the upper monastery. If it’s hot or you’re not up for the hike, you can park further up, but there’s still a 10 minute walk to the top. If you have elderly or disabled people with you who can’t walk the last part, you can drive to the upper monastery (the part in the cliff that is the main attraction). Although Ostrog Monastery is a tourist attraction, it’s very much a place of worship and has a sombre air. The hushed tone of the place is perfect for allowing you to appreciate the views over the plains and the dedication it must have taken to construct this church in the side of a cliff.”
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