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Northern Mountains is a region of Montenegro.


  • 1 Berane. Berane (Q208200) on Wikidata Berane on Wikipedia
  • 2 Bijelo Polje. Bijelo Polje (Q207470) on Wikidata Bijelo Polje on Wikipedia
  • 3 Gusinje. Gusinje (Q1555366) on Wikidata Gusinje on Wikipedia
  • 4 Kolašin. Kolašin (Q498895) on Wikidata Kolašin on Wikipedia — picturesque mountain town home to few luxurious hotels
  • 5 Plav. Plav (Q211195) on Wikidata Plav, Montenegro on Wikipedia
  • 6 Rožaje. Rožaje (Q506775) on Wikidata Rožaje on Wikipedia — the easternmost major Montenegrin town, on the junction of the roads leading to Pejë, Kosovo and Novi Pazar, Serbia
  • 7 Žabljak. Žabljak (Q393309) on Wikidata Žabljak on Wikipedia — center of Montenegrin mountain tourism

Other destinations[edit]

  • 1 Biogradska Gora National Park. Biogradska Gora (Q1258880) on Wikidata Biogradska Gora on Wikipedia — some of the last remaining untouched forests in Europe
  • 2 Durmitor National Park. Durmitor National Park (Q3364446) on Wikidata — rafting through the Tara Canyon, the deepest canyon in Europe, is one of the most popular activities in Montenegro


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Map of North Montenegrin Mountains

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Go next[edit]

  • Peja in northwestern Kosovo.
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