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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Founded: 1853
Category: Miscellaneous historic sites in Montenegro

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תומר מייזל (2 years ago)
beautiful views. the sailing boat is a bit pricy
Tomaz Kopac (2 years ago)
Nice old bridge.
Natalia Shkliar (2 years ago)
Nice village by the lake. Unfortunately our experience was ruined by a crazy dog owner whose dog was let out of the house into public property and almost attacked us. Beware if you walk over the bridge and try to walk up to the church at the top of the hill. I’m sharing the location on the screenshot, she looked out the window and didn’t even bother to come out of the house to get her vicious dog.
Mashkov Dmitry (3 years ago)
Very nice. Excellent place for trip with family
vlad kiselev (3 years ago)
The landscape of the bridge was great. However, road to this place was very hard and dangerous. I didn't expect such a narrow road for 2 ways on the mountain without any bump stops. If you decide getting there - make sure you have enough time till the sunset. It was a big area near, so you can hangout with your friends. Of course, you want to see great panorama of the river few kilometers further. But be careful.
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