Montenegro 1999

Montenegro – Podgorica


Podgorica, 1946–1992 Titograd, capital of Montenegro; 195,700 residents (2017). Podgorica is Montenegro’s economic and cultural center with universities since 1974. The business sector is dominated by the aluminum, machinery and wood products industry. Podgorica has very few building memories; wide, straight streets, large green areas and modern buildings dominate the cityscape.

Map of Montenegro Podgorica in English

Visit Countryaah official website to get information about the capital city of Montenegro. Podgorica, mentioned for the first time in 1326, was part of the Ottoman Empire from 1474 to 1878.

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