For its 50th anniversary of successful operations, the Adriatic Fair in Budva opened the doors to the 44th International Food Fair.
It’s always exciting to come across genuinely talented young artists, especially in a small place like Kotor. Nadja Jankovic is just 17, but has already won or placed in a number of guitar competitions, including the 2013 “Julian Arcas” International Competition in Spain (which she won), the 2014 “Giovani Musicisti” International Competition in Italy (which she also won), the 2015 International Youth Competition Forum Gitarre in Austria (first prize as well) and the 2015 Guitar Foundation of America International Youth Competition (second place). A student at Kotor Music School, she visits workshops and additional classes abroad, doing her best to become a real professional and present Montenegro and the rest world with the charming sound of her classical guitar.
The Telenor group signed a contract with Czech PPF group to sell its business in Central and Eastern Europe for 2,8 billion euro.
The cultural heritage of Montenegro in the form of fortresses, monuments, castles and fortified cities, is a unique representation of its rich history developed under the influence of both western and eastern civilizations. The diversity of architectural styles of various traditions is evidenced by archival materials, library funds, literary monuments and archaeological exhibits.
Montenegrin national player Dino Radončić will be part of this year's "Nike Hoop Summit" event that brings together the 24 most talented players in the world.
Montenegro's handball coach Dragan Djukić has said that he will try to convince our best handball player, Vuko Borozan, to play in a double match with Croatia for the World Cup.
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.