Rijeka Crnojevica bridge

Rijeka Crnojevića, Montenegro

Rijeka Crnojevića bridge (also known as Danilo's bridge) spans the Crnojević River and is one of the most important historical monuments and tourist attractions in the region of Cetinje.

The bridge was built in 1853, by the Montenegrin Prince Danilo, who erected the bridge in memory of his father Stanko Petrović. On the left side of the river, next to the bridge, Danilo I also built a one-storey house, popularly called Mostina.

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    Qui c'è soltanto tanto verde, boschi e un bellissimo fiume balneabile e navigabile. Stradina stretta ma asfaltata, immersa nel bosco, a traffico praticamente inesistente. Molto curato e pulito il paesello. Un vero incantesimo.
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