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Holidays and traditions Montenegro

Montenegro – a country that loves and know how to relax. And not coincidentally many of our compatriots tend to come here in the days of national holidays, when it is buzzing with fun and hospitality of the locals is most conspicuous.

New year is one of the most cherished holidays for locals and for visitors. The fun continues here from December 31 to January 2. Town squares are given into the hands of the musicians and street theatre companies. Almost every hotel, including, and located in the ski resorts of Kolasin and Zabljak, cook their own entertainment, showing the maximum of imagination. Especially lush performances are held in major cities such as Kotor, Podgorica, Budva. These days people have gathered here from all corners of Europe, to the great company, under the speech of the stars of Montenegrin and international pop, to celebrate the coming New year, whose arrival romantic mark blooming in the night sky bouquets of fireworks, which are then showered with stars directly into the sea (weapon producing volleys, often set directly on the piers).

Tutsindan – interesting holiday, which begins on 5 January (two days before the Orthodox Christmas). Especially this holiday I love children, because during Ruzindana them… should not be punished! Continue reading

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