I’ve been following an interesting Facebook discussion regarding fast food in Montenegro, which was created by expats living here. Those who used to have falafels, tacos or sushi on Thursday night easily are definitely missing the unusual tastes in this very traditional country. What are the chances we'll see internationally recognized food logos lining the Budva streets?
JU Cultural Center "Nikola Đurković" Kotor / Cinema "Boka", in cooperation with the Montenegrin cinematheque, organize a series of movies for children, from March 26th to 31st.
The lecture and experiment - "Masterclass" was opened by the Minister of Science and Physics, Sanja Damjanović, and is being held in cooperation with her department with the University of Montenegro and CERN.
For its 50th anniversary of successful operations, the Adriatic Fair in Budva opened the doors to the 44th International Food Fair.
Bar residents on social networks were left in wonder after a photograph was published by archaeologist Mladen Zagarčanin, which showed a lizard spread out on the eastern slopes of the Old Town of Bar. The story, however, is much more complex... and weirder than usual.
Pupils in the ninth grade of the Elementary School Pavle Žižić from the village Njegnjevo, Mirsad Hodžić and Vildan Ljuca showed, with their example, that honesty, goodness and family education still exist. Without thinking, they returned a lost wallet to the owner which had 200 euro.