Montenegro is for sure one of the most interesting spots in the world. Even though it covers solely around 14.000 km2 and it only has about 670.000 citizens, its contribution to the world cultural heritage is because of that even bigger.
During the centuries of its rich history Montenegro has survived and remained one of the brightest examples of fight for freedom and for its own existence, and as a place of which people always spoke with respect. Christian, Muslim, Illyrian, Byzantine, Turkish, and Slav civilization here merged making Montenegro forever a crossroad of culture and history.
It lays between 41° 51’ i 43° 30’ of the north geographic width, and between 18° 26’ i 20° 21’ of east geographic length.
Montenegro is a south European and a Mediterranean country. It is one of the most southern European states and it comes out on the south part of the Adriatic Sea. On about 500km from Rome, 1.500 km from Paris, and Berlin, and about 2.000km west from Moscow, Montenegro lies on the Balkan peninsula in the very heart of Europe.