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Montenegro

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Црна Гора
Crna Gora

Crnogorski Црна Гора - Црна Гора - Crna Gora[1]

Crna Gora je zemlja u Jugoistočnoj Evropi, na obali Jadranskog mora. Graniči se, na sjeveroistoku sa Srbijom, na zapadu sa Hrvatskom i Bosnom i Hercegovinom, i na jugoistoku sa Albanijom.

Црногорски Crna Gora

Црна Гора је земља у Југоисточној Европи, на обали Јадранског мора. Граничи се, на сjевероистоку са Србијом, на западу са Хрватском и Босном и Херцеговином, и на југуистоку са Албанијом.

English Montenegro - Montenegro

Montenegro is a country located in southeastern Europe. It has a coast on the Adriatic Sea to the south, and borders ► Croatia to the west, ► Bosnia and Herzegovina (► Srpska) to the northwest, ► Serbia to the northeast, ► Kosovo to the east and ► Albania to the southeast. Its capital and largest city is Podgorica.


Short name  Montenegro
Official  name Montenegro
Status Independent country since 2006
Location South-East Europe
Capital Подгорица - Podgorica
Population 720,872 inhabitants
Area 13,812 km²
Major  languages Montenegrin (official)
Major  religions Orthodox, Islam and Roman Catholic
More information Montenegro, Geography of Montenegro, History of Montenegro and Politics of Montenegro
More  images Montenegro - Montenegro (Category).

General maps

Mj-map.png Map of Montenegro
Montenegro-un.png Map of Montenegro

Image:Montenegro Map.png

Montenegro municipalities.png Municipalities of Montenegro
Markovic.jpg Geomorphical map

History maps

This section holds a short summary of the history of the area of present-day Montenegro, illustrated with maps, including historical maps of former countries and empires that included present-day Montenegro.

Mapa praistorije.png Prehistory of Montenegro
Praistorijski nalazi.JPG Prehistory of Montenegro
KingdomofAgron.png Illyrian Kingdom of Agron (250 BC - 230 BC)
KingdomofTeuta.png Illyrian Kingdom of Teuta (230 - 228 BC)
Illyria and Dardania Kingdoms.png Kingdom of Illyria (3rd century BC, around 230 BC)
228-220BC-DemetriusofPharos.png Roman Client state governed by Demetrius of Pharos (228 - 220 BC)
KingdomofGentius.png Illyrian Kingdom of Gentius (181 BC - 167 BC)
Bay of Kotor Illiryan fortresses.jpg Illyrian fortresses in the Bay of Kotor
Roman Doclea.gif Roman Dioclea
Roman expansion 264 BC Shepherd.jpg Territorial development of the Roman Empire 264 BC-192, including the conquest of present-day territory of Montenegro
Expansion of Rome, 2nd century BC.gif Roman Republic 100 BCE
Rivolta pannonica 6 jpg.JPG Dalmato-Pannonian uprising in 6 AD
Rivolta pannonica 7 jpg.jpg Dalmato-Pannonian uprising in 7 AD
Rivolta pannonica 8 jpg.jpg Dalmato-Pannonian uprising in 8 AD
Rivolta pannonica 9 jpg.jpg Dalmato-Pannonian uprising in 9 AD
Roman Empire in 50 BC.png Map of the Roman Empire in 50
Roman Empire.png The extent of the Roman Republic and Roman Empire;
   133 BC
   44 BC (late Republic, after conquests by republican generals)
   AD 14 (death of Augustus)
   117 (maximum extension)
Roman Legions camps - AD 80.png Camps of the Roman Legions in 80
Romia Imperio.png Map of the Roman Empire in 116
Roman empire.png Roman Empire in 117
Roman empire 395.jpg Roman Empire divided 395, showing the dioceses and praetorian prefectures of Gaul, Italy, Illyricum and Oriens (east), roughly analogous to the four Tetrarch zones of influence after Diocletian's reforms.
Theodosius I's empire.png The division of the Empire after the death of Theodosius I, ca.395 AD superimposed on modern borders.
Roman Roads in Montenegro 800.jpg Roman roads in Montenegro
Ancient balkans 4thcentury.png Praevalitana province in the 4th century
Praevalitana in the Roman Emp.jpg Praevalitana province in the central Balkans in the Late Roman Empire
Invasions of the Roman Empire 1.png Invasions of the Roman Empire 100-500
Karte völkerwanderung.jpg Invasions of the Roman Empire 100-500
Rome406.jpeg Division of the Roman Empire in 406
628px-Western and Eastern Roman Empires 476AD(3).PNG Eastern Roman Empire and Western Roman Empire, c.476
EasternRomanEmpire.png Eastern Roman Empire
Justinien 527-565.svg Eastern Roman Empire under emperor Justinianus
Justinian Byzanz.png Eastern Roman Empire under emperor Justinianus
Byzantium550.png Byzantine Empire 550
Pagania, Zahumlje, Travunia, Duklja.png Duklja, 9th-10th century
Serb lands in the 9th century (en).png Duklja, 9th-10th century
Serb lands in the 10th century (en).png Duklja, 10th century
Byzantium1025.jpg The Byzantine Empire under Basil II, c. 1025
Map Byzantine Empire 1025-fr.svg Byzantine Empire 1025
PRINCIPALITY 1050.jpg Duklja in 1050
Dioclian lake XI c.AD.jpg Dioclian Lake, 11th century
JEZERSKE ZUPE XI-c-AD.JPG Dioclian Lake districts, 11th century
Cermeniza distr. XI c AD.jpg Crmnica district in Duklja, 11th century
Cupelnich distr. XI c AD.jpg Kupelnik district in Duklja, 11th century
Gorsca-distr.---XI-c-AD.jpg Gorska district in Duklja, 11th century
Lusca distr. XI-c-AD.jpg Luška district in Duklja, 11th century
Obliquus--distr.--XI-c-AD.jpg Obliquus district in Duklja, 11th century
Podlugiae-district--XI-c-AD.jpg Podluška district in Duklja, 11th century
Suacium XI c AD.jpg Suacium, 11th century
Byzantiumforecrusades.PNG The Byzantine Empire at the accession of Alexios I Komnenos, c. 1081
A1 Kingdom of Duklja and Byzantine Empire1081 c AD.JPG Duklja in 1081
Kraljevina Duklja za vrijeme Bodina.gif Duklja in 1100
Byzantium in 1170(3).PNG Map of the Byzantine Empire under Manuel Komnenos, c.1170.
Manuel'sEmpire.png Byzantine Empire 1180
ShepherdByzempire1265.jpg Serbia in 1265
ByzantineEmpire1265.svg Serbia in 1265
Serbia boundaries CIA.jpg Medieval Serbian states
Byzantine empire 1355.jpg Serbia in 1355
THE STATE OF BALSIC.png Zeta, 1372-1378
Posjedi b.jpg State of Balšić, 14th century
Central balkans 1373 1395.png Principality of Zeta, 1373-1395
Principality of Zeta.png Principality of Zeta, 1373-1395
Expansion the Kingdom of Bosnia in the XIV c.svg Bosnian expansion in the 14th century
Donja i Gornja Zeta.gif Upper and Lower Zeta in the end of the 14th century
La Serbie du debut du regne de Lazar.jpg State of Balšić, 14th century
Srbsko XV ru.svg State of Balšić, 14th century
Serbia 1422 map.gif Serbia in 1422
Drzava Crnojevica.JPG State of Crnojević, 15th century
THE STATE OF CRNOJEVIC.JPG State of Crnojević, 15th century
Serbia in 15th century.png Montenegro in the 15th century
Prodor turaka u crnu goru XV c BC b.png Ottoman conquest of Montenegro, 15th century
Ottoman small animation.gif Growth of the Ottoman Empire
Meyers b15 s0924a.jpg Development of the European part of the Ottoman Empire
Ottoman empire 1481-1683.jpg Growth of the Ottoman Empire
Dalmazia1560.png Montenegro in 1560
[[|border|251x400px]] Map of the Ottoman Empire 1566
Pecka patrijarsija mapa.png Patriarchate of Peć (16th-17th century)
Ottoman 1683.png Location of the Ottoman Empire in 1683
Montenegro.JPG Montenegro in 1862
Princedom of Montenegro after 1878.png Montenegro in 1878
Bulgaria after Congress of Berlin in 1878.png Montenegro in 1878
Balkans1912.jpg The Balkans at the end of the 19th century
Bosnia 19th century.gif Montenegro in the nineteenth century
Sanjak of Novibazar.png Sanjak of Novibazar in 1878
Balkan states 1899.jpg Montenegro in 1899
Scutari - 37-42.jpg Podgorica and surroundings in 1904
Dalmatia1911.png Montenegro in 1911
Balkans War Theatre.jpg Montenegro in 1912-1913
Serbia montenegro albania1913 01.png Montenegro in 1912-1913
Macedonia 1913 map.png Montenegro in 1912-1913
Montenegro1913.png Kingdom of Montenegro in 1913
Kingdom 1914.gif Kingdom of Montenegro in 1914
LandsForSerbia.PNG Lands offered to Serbia and Montenegro by the London agreement in 1915
Ro080224.jpg Montenegro in 1917
Serbia1918.png Kingdom of Serbia in 1918, including Montenegro
Banovine 1929-1939.png Banovina of Zeta within the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1929-1939
BanovineKJ.jpg Banovina of Zeta within the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in 1929-1939
[[|border|251x400px]] After World War I, Montenegro became in 1918 part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, renamed into Yugoslavia in 1929. This is a map of Yugoslavia in 1930, showing Banovina of Zeta province
Kingdom of Montenegro (1941-1944).png Kingdom of Montenegro, 1941-1944
Montenegro during ww2.png Kingdom of Montenegro, 1941-1944
Montenegro1941 1944 map.png Kingdom of Montenegro, 1941-1944
Fascist occupation of yugoslavia.png Kingdom of Montenegro, 1941-1943
Axis occupation of Yugoslavia, 1941-43.png Kingdom of Montenegro, 1941-1943
Axis occupation of Yugoslavia, 1943-44.png Kingdom of Montenegro, 1943-1944
Yugoslavia moljevic1941 en.png Future Greater Yugoslavia according to project of Stevan Moljević (1941)
Serbia moljevic1941 en.png Future Greater Serbia according to project of Stevan Moljević (1941)
Jvuo1942 en.png Territory controlled by the Yugoslav Army in the Fatherland (JVuO) in 1942
Svesrbija en.png "All Serbia", an enlarged Serbia proposed by Milan Nedić in 1943
Jvuo commanders 1943 en.png Areas of the Yugoslav Army in the Fatherland (JVuO) commanders, according to the truce treaties with the Germans (as of 1943)
Fascist genocide in yugoslavia.png Fascist genocide in Montenegro in WW2
Fascist concentration camps in yugoslavia.png Fascist concentration camps in Montenegro in WW2
Montenegro venezia.PNG Italian occupied parts of Montenegro during WW2
Montenegro territory expanded (1830-1944).png Montenegro territory expanded (1830-1944)
SFRY Montenegro.png Montenegro in the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, 1945-1992
Breakup of Yugoslavia.gif An animated series of maps showing the breakup of the second Yugoslavia
Former Yugoslavia durning war.svg Wartime 1991
Former Yugoslavia wartime.png Wartime 1992
Former Yugoslavia 2006.png Former Yugoslavia compared with the present borders
Scg01.png After the secession of Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro continued as the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, renamed in 2003 into Serbia and Montenegro
Scg02.png Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1992-2003) and Serbia and Montenegro (2003-2006)
SerbiaMontenegro-Serbia.png Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1992-2003) and Serbia and Montenegro (2003-2006)
State of balkania.png State of Balkania (proposed by Adem Demaçi in 1993)
Balkans05.png Central Balkans in 1998.
Serbia and Montenegro map from CIA World Factbook, circa 2005.png Map of Serbia and Montenegro
LocationSerbiaAndMontenegro.png Location of the FR of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) before dissolution
Montenegro Referendum 2006.png Montenegrin independence referendum in 2006
Montenegro referendum.png Montenegrin independence referendum in 2006
Balkans2010.png Central Balkans in 2010 (de facto situation). Note: Serbia does not recognizing Independence of Kosovo.
OLD ROADS IN MONTENEGRO.jpg Old roads in Montenegro

Ethnic, linguistic and religion maps

Montenegroetno81.png Ethnic map, 1981 - data by settlements
Montenegro ethnic03.png Ethnic map, 1991 - data by municipalities
Montenegro ethnic02.png Ethnic map, 2003 - data by municipalities
Montenegro ethnic map 2003.png Ethnic map, 2003 - data by municipalities
Montenegroetno03.png Ethnic map, 2003 - data by settlements
Montenegro languages2003.png Languages in Montenegro, 2003 - data by municipalities
Serbo croatian language2005.png Serbo-Croatian language in Montenegro (as of 2005)
Serbo croatian languages2006.png Languages in Montenegro (as of 2006)
Serbo croatian dialects historical distribution.png Historical distribution of Serbo-Croatian dialects (before 16th century migrations)
Shtokavian subdialects1988.png Shtokavian Serbo-Croatian dialects in Montenegro
Shtokavian Subdialect en.png Shtokavian Serbo-Croatian dialects in Montenegro
Serbo-Croatian dialects.png Shtokavian Serbo-Croatian dialects in Montenegro
Montenegro religion2003.png Religion in Montenegro, 2003 - data by municipalities

Regional maps

Sandzak01.png Map of Sandžak
Sandzak region map.png Map of Sandžak
Sandzak ethnic map.png Ethnic map of Sandžak (2003)
Sandzak ethnic map2011.png Ethnic map of Sandžak (2011)

Satellite maps

Serbia and Montenegro NLT Landsat7.jpg Satellite map

Notes and references

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