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Biogradska Gora National Park

ME- Mojkovac (near) (Montenegro)

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The 5,400 ha Biogradska Gora is an isolated area. Eighty procent of the park is primeval forest, having been legally protected since 1878 ( six years after Yellowstone world first national park) as Montenegro's oldest national park and covers the northwestern part of Bjelasica Mountain from the River Tara to the mountain peak. Botanist have recorded 25 families of plants and 64 pieces of trees in the park. Some trees reach a height of 60m and are 500 years old. At the heart of the park lies the the glacial the glacial Biogradska Lake (Biogradska Jezero), in the foothills of Jarceve Stijene. The park's five glittering glacial lakes are known as "mountain eyes" and are revealed one by one as you pass through 50m-tall fir forest. The huge trees, when reflected in the waters, seem much higher. The itensity and depth of colour of the eponymous Biogradska Lake is in part due to these reflections. It is impossible not to be impressed by how neatly nature arranges the vase without human intervention. .

This lake is located at the foot of the Bjelasica turrest with the highest tree, Crna Glava (2,139m), Zekova Glava (2,117m) and Troglava (2,072m), together forming a protective shield with the great forest and the minor of Biogradska Lake at its centre. The entrance to the national park is by a dedicated bridge east over the Tara River from the main Mojkovac-Kolasin road, at Kraljeva Kola, 5km from Mojkovac or 15km from Kolasin. In 1878, when the Turks had finally been evicted, this tract of land became known as Prince Nikola Petrovic's preserve. The park includes five glacial lakes; the largest and most enchanting, accessible by asphalt road, is Biogradska Lake itself ( altitude 1,094m, length 1,100m, average depth 4,5m). A pedestrian path between virgin forest encircles it, with thoughtfully positioned rest benches and a long wooden bridge spanning the swamp at the north of the Biogradska River. In summer this is lost in luxuriant greenery. The 4km access road is supplement by 40km of earth roads allowing heavy-duty tourist vehicles to cross Mountain Bjelasica and some other parts of the park. These roads are intersected by pathways. Over 2,000 plants species are said to be represented, 86 tree types, numerous fungi, dozens of butterflies and birds including the majestic crusader eagle. Since 1952, when it became a national park. it has been placed under strict preservation control; in short no artifical intervention is permitted, allowing a natural evolution in every respect ; no pruning, no planting, no removal of dead wood unless hazardous and no introduction of new species of flora and fauna.

Museum of the City of Podgorica

Miljana Vukova 59
ME-81000 Podgorica (Montenegro)

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Info Telefon: 081/ 632-006

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It was founded in 1950 within the institution ‘Museums and Galleries of the City’. The Museum encompasses four thematic entireties: archeological, ethnographic, historical and cultural-historical.

The valuable collection of the homeland museum consists of displays originating from the time of ancient classical period, IV century before new era, found in the archeological finds of Donje Gostilje, Vujacica Mahale, Duklje … up to XX century. Roman fibula, Illyrian jewelry, old coins, objects made of metal and bones that were used in everyday life point to the existence of settlements and influences of different civilizations and cultures on this area.

Natural History Museum

7, Nikole Kovacevica Sq.
ME-81000 Podgorica (Montenegro)
 Kinderfreundliches Museum / suitable to children

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Fax.: 081/620- 968

Info Telefon: 081 / 633 – 184

Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
Montenegro is well known among naturalists as the country with the highest diversity of flora and fauna in Europe in comparison to the area it covers. As such, since XIX century, it has been attracting the attention of numerous foreign scientists who have collected and studied the fauna of this region. One of the first collectors of fauna on the area of Montenegro was the heir to the throne Danilo who formed a small collection mostly of hunting game and birds. This collection was not preserved. The first natural history collection in Montenegro was formed in 1961. Around 1100 displays of birds, mammals, reptiles, ihtiofauna and about 300 herbarium pages were collected until 1968, but after the earthquake in 1979, when the museum building was heavily damaged, this collection ended up in depots. Proclamation of Montenegro ecological state in 1991 increased the interest of public in its natural values and their permanent protection. That contributed to the creation of conditions for establishment of Natural History Museum institution where the natural treasury of Montenegro would be studied and presented to the public in adequate manner. The Museum was founded in November 1995. The fund of the Museum comprises of ample collection of flora and fauna of Montenegro.

The Archeological Collection of Montenegro

8, Vuka Karadzica Street
ME-81000 Podgorica (Montenegro)

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Info Telefon: 081 / 631 – 349

Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
The Archeological Collection of Montenegro was founded in 1961. The collection is engaged in collection, arrangement, expert maintenance, studying and presentation of archeological excavation sites in the Republic and takes care of movable archeological material. More significant projects of the Archeological collection are: "Research, Conservation and Presentation of the Archeological Locality," "Archeology of the Basin of the Skadar Lake," "Archeological Map of Montenegro" (archeological reconnoiter of Montenegro's territory), "Archeological Research on the Area of the National Park Durmitor"and "Exploration of Paleolithic Lairs in the Canyon of Moraca." In 1997 the archeological collection was transformed into the Center for Archeological Research of Montenegro.

The Gallery “The Palace of the Petrovic”

former Winter Palace of King Nikola I.
ME-81000 Podgorica (Montenegro)

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Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
Fascinating gallery and concert space in the former Winter Palace of King Nikola I. The Palace was built in 1891 and given as a gift to Prince Mirko. Next to the Palace is the building of ‘Perjanicki dom’ (The House of King’s Bodyguards) and a small Palace chapel, both of them in the service of the art. As of September 1, 1984, the Palace was turned into the Gallery of Art of Non-aligned Countries “Josip Broz Tito”. At the time of the cultural rise of this institution, many exhibitions of artists from Algeria, India, Cuba, Venezuela, Mexico, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Philippines, Ecuador, Mali, Bolivia, Uganda, Cyprus etc, were organized in its exhibiting halls.
Artists from India, Cyprus, Angola, Sri Lanka etc, as a part of their study trip, worked in its studios.
Displays of this rich treasury are a part of the permanent exhibition of the Palace on the third floor. As of 1995, The Palace of the Petrovic is a part of CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER. The permanent exhibition of the gallery has 1500 displays. Contemporary Montenegrin painters exhibit in this specific gallery space, while collective and thematic exhibitions of artists from the country and abroad as well as exhibitions from museum funds from the area of Montenegro and Yugoslavia are quite often.
The art complex of the Palace of the Petrovic also consists of Mini Theater (meant for scene projects of specific type), and ‘Perjanicki dom’ which is a unique exhibit-scene space.

The old town Medun (Meteon)

ME-81000 Podgorica (near) (Montenegro)

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Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
more of a fortress, situated 13 kilometers northeast from Podgorica, has origins in the classical period. It was erected originally as a fortress, later on as a town, between IV and III century B.C. Well preserved walls of the fortress were built of big blocks of trimmed stone, placed in a number of rows. With respect to solidity and size of the construction it substantially differs from the construction of other, less significant Illyrian towns.

From the cultural-artistic point of view, two lower dig ups in the rock on the road from the lower to the upper town are very interesting. Studies refer to the conclusion that it was the place of performance of rituals related to the cult of snake that represented myth ancestor to the Illyrians.
Necropolis is sited north from the upper town. It originates from the Illyrian period, but has not been studied.

Roman legions conquered Medun around 167 A.D. On that occasion the last Illyrian king Gentije and his family were captivated. Medun has not yet been studied sufficiently. Not only that it is interesting for its distant and rich past, it also represents an object significant for studying of all cultural epochs from prehistoric to Middle Ages.

Our famous writer, tribe leader, Montenegrin duke and hero Marko Miljanov lived at the foot of walls of the town and the fortress. He was buried in the acropolis in front of the small church.

The Ruins of the City of Duklja

ME-81000 Podgorica (Montenegro)

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Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
The city of Duklja was situated about three kilometers northwest from today’s Podgorica on a flat plateau between the rivers Zeta and Moraca. At that time it was a large city with about 8-10 thousand residents where all urban issues were resolved: water supply, sewage, streets.
The Roman Empire consolidated in Duklja in the I century, when the city was conquered by Roman legions, following long fights with Illyrians. The Romans experienced rapid growth, and soon Duklja became political, cultural and religious center of the Prevalis province, with municipal rights, having crucial influence on the change of structure of population as well as on social- economic relations. The arrival of new residents meant opening of the city especially towards the Adriatic coast.(c)DatabaseVCMSMünchen06
Trade connections were developed with Italy, Dalmatian and eastern regions, and some time later with Macedonia and Greece.

At the beginning of the VI century Duklja experienced catastrophic earthquake, and in 609 A.D. it was robbed and again devastated by the Avars and Slavs. It is mentioned under that name for a long period of time but in the 10th century new name Zeta is used more often as the replacement for the old name.

Artistic Museum of Montenegro

ME-81250 Cetinje (Montenegro)

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Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
The Artistic Museum of Montenegro was established in 1950, originally as the Artistic Gallery of Montenegro; it was only later that the museum got its present name. It is situated in the premises of Vladin dom (House of Government). Its parent part, respectively National Gallery, is composed of five collections: Collection of Arts of Yugoslav Nations and Ethnic Groups, Collection of Icons, Collection of Montenegrin Fine Art, Milica Saric-Vukmanovic Memorial Collection and Collection of Copies of Frescoes.
Collection of Arts of Yugoslav Nations and Ethnic Groups represents a summarised review of arts of the 19th and the 20th centuries; it includes the pieces by Serbian and Croatian romanticists, members of academic realism, Serbian and Slovenian impressionism and poetic realism.
The Collection of Montenegrin Fine Arts begins with pieces by baroque painter Tripo Kokolja, in order to be continued with pieces by the representatives of romanticism, realism and impressionism, sesanism, post-cubism, modern classicism, expressionism and poetic realism, as well as by other modern painters and sculptors.

Milica Saric-Vukmanovic Memorial Collection is also exhibited in scope of the Artistic Museum as an endowment of Svetozar Vukmanovic Tempo and his wife; the Collection, among other exhibits, consists of a smaller collection of pieces by great foreign painters: Renoir, Picas, Saghal, Salvador Dali, Renato Guttuso, De-eko Uzunov.

In Collection of Icons the attention is attracted by the pieces by Boka Kotorska's icon-painting school and a few icons of foreign provenience, while the Collection of Copies of Frescoes consists of the copies of most valuable achievements of frescoes painting from Montenegrin ground.

Ethnographic Museum of Montenegro

ME-81250 Cetinje (Montenegro)

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Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
Ethnographic Museum of Montenegro, with headquarters in Cetinje, was founded in 1951. Originally it was situated in the famous Billiard House. Since 1979, after the destructive earthquake that struck Montenegro, the material of Ethnographic Museum was moved from Billiard House and deposited into the premises of Vladin dom (Government House).
Since 1987 the Ethnographic Museum has been situated in building of former Serbian Embassy in Cetinje; the implementation of Museum exhibition is under way.

The Ethnographic Museum possesses 4125 objects which represent the ways of earning, culture of habitation, textile industry, folk costumes, musical instruments and other elements of material and spiritual culture of the population of Montenegro.

King Nikola's Palace

ME-81250 Cetinje (Montenegro)

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Sammelschwerpunkte/Main collections
Originally it was founded as a National Museum in 1926, later on as a Public Museum of Montenegro; its present exposition is mainly of memorial type with accent on Palace as a political institution emerging in a certain stage of state development as well as on its role in foreign-political relationships of the country.
The Museum possesses a few dozen thousands of objects distributed in archeological, ethnographic and artistic collections, as well as in collections of decorations, weapons, medallions, heraldic devices, flags and photographs.
Palace Library consisting of around 10,000 rare titles, among which the two Octoechoes (one voice and five voice ones) which are outstanding are also kept in the Museum.

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