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Study in Podgorica, Montenegro

Capital city of Montenegro, 

Capital city of Montenegro, not too pretentious on a first glimpse, acquired its formal status from the Old Royal Capital of Cetinje in 1946. In the twentieth century it was known as Titograd. It’s perfect location in the valley of Zeta and on the banks of Morača River allows for a fast and easy access to the Adriatic Coast, as well as the highest mountain peaks and National Parks - Skadar Lake and Prokletije. Podgorica is well-known for its hospitality, great bars and restaurants offer, wide boulevards and long sunny days. Its architectural style reflects mainly the post-war socialist realism with numerous modern edifices customized and adapted to the 21st century challenges. The dynamic development in recent years has attracted a large number of people coming from all the parts of the country, especially the young population which now account for the majority of Podgorica’s citizens. This tendency reflects the patchwork of Montenegrin demographics.

Study in Montenegro - Welcome to the Land of the Wild Beauty... 

Montenegro is like a house in the middle of the road, unavoidable, whose doors are always open to everyone! It is a small country on the Balkan Peninsula, where all world cultures which have intertwined and met there, left their passion, influence and the best they had. Imagine a country where nature, landscapes, tastes and smells are so intense and diverse. Everything one can wish for is located in a small area full of natural wonders and beauties, connecting the east with the west, the south with the north. 

 In Montenegro, you will feel the spirit of the European south through your first encounter with the locals, who will win you over with their openness, heartiness and hospitality they are well-known for. The glittering sun reflected on the sea surface is inviting you to come right there, while the high mountain peaks jealously shield their wild and harsh beauty only for the bravest. 

Capital city of Montenegro, not too pretentious on a first glimpse, acquired its formal status from the Old Royal Capital of Cetinje in 1946. In the twentieth century it was known as Titograd. It’s perfect location in the valley of Zeta and on the banks of Morača River allows for a fast and easy access to the Adriatic Coast, as well as the highest mountain peaks and National Parks - Skadar Lake and Prokletije. Podgorica is well-known for its hospitality, great bars and restaurants offer, wide boulevards and long sunny days. Its architectural style reflects mainly the post-war socialist realism with numerous modern edifices customized and adapted to the 21st century challenges. The dynamic development in recent years has attracted a large number of people coming from all the parts of the country, especially the young population which now account for the majority of Podgorica’s citizens. This tendency reflects the patchwork of Montenegrin demographics.


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