Podgorica is the capital and with a population of 150000 people, the largest city in Montenegro. It is located in the southern plains north of the Skadar lake.
Podgorica doesn't have many old historic buildings, because it developed relatively late in the 18th-19th centuries and was completely destroyed during World War II. After World War II Podgorica was rebuilt and became heavily industrialised.
The Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ is a big and beautiful Serbian Orthodox church in Podgorica, built between 1993 and 2013. The Delta City mall was opened in 2008 and is the largest mall in Podgorica. The Svetog Petra Cetinjskog boulevard is the main shopping street in Podgorica. It crosses the Moraca river and is bordered by city parks.
How to get to Podgorica
Podgorica is connected with the European motorway and railway networks and has an own international airport.
Accomodation
There are countless hotels in Podgorica, all bookable via the international booking portals.
01 Cathedral of the resurrection of Christ 02 Cathedral of the resurrection of Christ 03 Cathedral of the resurrection interior 04 Cathedral of the resurrection interior 05 Cathedral of the resurrection interior
06 Cathedral of the resurrection interior 07 Cathedral of the resurrection interior 08 Cathedral of the resurrection interior
09 Delta City mall 10 Delta City mall 11 Hilton hotel
12 Svetog Petra Cetinjskog boulevard 13 Moraca river and Milenium bridge 14 Moraca river
15 Moraca river 16 National theatre 17 National theatre 18 Moraca river 19 Birziminijum fortress
20 Ministry of Finance 21 Svetog Petra Cetinjskog boulevard 22 Monument to king Nikola 23 Monument to king Nikola 24 Hotel Hilton
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