June 18, 2018 - Ivo Visin (or Vizin) is one of the personalities Balkan people like to fight over. Born in a Croatian family from Boka, originally from Istria, he was the first Croatian-Montenegrin and Yugoslav (in the past) who circumnavigated the Globe.
June 18, 2018 - Orahovac is a small village, 8,5 kilometers from Kotor on the road to Perast. It is a place with a long maritime and fishing tradition, and at one point, its seamen had a fleet of 28 ships.
The Tourism Organization of Kotor Executive Director, Ana Nives Radović, is the very first Montenegrin Fin Tech author, financial analyst and author of the "Dividing by Zero" scientific project. She is also an amateur painter, exhibiting all around the world, giving all the money from selling her art works for humanitarian purposes. How she finds time for painting, we don't know, since she managed to succeed in a lot of various professional fields.
June 14, 2018 - If you want to be sure this text is not a PR or paid advertisement, you should ask any person living in Budva, Tivat or Kotor, (or any taxi driver at least) where you can have the best traditionally prepared meat in Montenegro. I'm pretty sure Šebelj (Shebely) will be the answer.
TMN presents you with another time travel. This time, the Lovćen Film Documentary "On the Montenegrin Coast" (1950) takes us on a 20-minute trip from Ulcinj to Herceg Novi.
The Legend of Tre Sorele is a story about three sisters who gave all the love of this world to one man, never living a day of love for whom they have devoted their whole life. Tre Sorele is also the best preserved Gothic-style palace in Boka Bay.
June 06, 2018 - The meeting in Ohrid is devoted to the common and similar policies and challenges of Macedonia and Montenegro when it comes to applying the Decision of the UNESCO Committee related to Ohrid and Kotor.
The grand concert of the Montenegrin Symphony Orchestra, under the conductor rod of maestro Grigory Krasko, will be held in Kotor on St. Tryphon's Day, Thursday, June 7th at 20.00 with the works of Bizet, Puccini, Rossini, Strauss, and others.
June 3, 2018 - The UNESCO Committee found that, in the Draft Conclusion for the Kotor area, which will be proposed for adoption at Bahrain, some moves have been made, but that HIA studies cannot compensate for bad plans, which remain in force. Kotor HIA and the Law on Spatial Planning and Construction of Structures do not provide clear and detailed guidance for resolving the problem, new actors will be introduced into the planning system, which, according to experts, suggests that unacceptable projects can still be legitimately put forward.