Municipalities of Montenegro

There are 23 municipalities in Montenegro.

You can see the map showing the municipalities of Montenegro below.

Municipalities of Montenegro
Map of the Municipalities of Montenegro

There are also 3 regions in Montenegro. The regions of Montenegro are not used for administrative purposes but are used for only statistical reasons.

The regions of Montenegro are:

  • Northern Region
  • Coastal Region
  • Central Region

Here is a list of all the 23 Municipalities of Montenegro:

Andrijevica

It has a surface area of 283 square kilometers. The population is 5,071. The commonly spoken language is Serbian. It is located in the Northern Region.

Bar

It has a surface area of 598 square kilometers. The population is 42,048. The language commonly spoken is Montenegrin. It is located in the Coastal Region.

Berane

It has a surface area of 544 square kilometers. The population is 28,305. The commonly spoken language is Serbian. It is located in the Northern Region.

Bijelo Polje

It has a surface area of 924 square kilometers. The population is 46,051. The commonly spoken language is Serbian. It is located in the Northern Region.

Budva

It has a surface area of 122 square kilometers. The population is 19,218. The commonly spoken language is Serbian. It is located in the Coastal Region.

Cetinje

It has a surface area of 899 square kilometers. The population is 16,657. The language commonly spoken is Montenegrin. It is located in the Central Region.

Danilovgrad

It has a surface area of 501 square kilometers. The population is 18,472. The commonly spoken language is Serbian. It is located in the Central Region.

Gusinje

It has a surface area of 486 square kilometers. The population is 13,108. The language spoken widely is Bosnian. It is located in the Northern Region.

Herceg Novi

It has a surface area of 235 square kilometers. The population is 30,864. The commonly spoken language is Serbian. It is located in the Coastal Region.

Kolašin

It has an area of 897 square kilometers. The population is 8,380. The commonly spoken language is Serbian. It is located in the Northern Region.

Kotor

It has a surface area of 335 square kilometers. The population is 22,601. The commonly spoken language is Serbian. It is located in the Coastal Region.

Mojkovac

It has a surface area of 367 square kilometers. The population is 8,622. The commonly spoken language is Serbian. It is located in the Northern Region.

Nikšić

It has a surface area of 2,065 square kilometers. The population is 72,443. The commonly spoken language is Serbian. It is located in the Central Region.

Petnjica

It has a surface area of 173 square kilometers. The population is 6,686. The language spoken widely is Bosnian. It is located in the Northern Region.

Plav

It has a surface area of 486 square kilometers. The population is 13,108. The language spoken widely is Bosnian. It is located in the Northern Region.

Plužine

It has a surface area of 854 square kilometers. The population is 3,246. The commonly spoken language is Serbian. It is located in the Northern Region.

Pljevlja

It has a surface area of 1,346 square kilometers. The population is 30,786. The commonly spoken language is Serbian. It is located in the Northern Region.

Podgorica

It has a surface area of 1,399 square kilometers. The population is 185,937. The language commonly spoken is Montenegrin. It is located in the Central Region.

Rožaje

It has a surface area of 432 square kilometers. The population is 22,964. The language spoken widely is Bosnian. It is located in the Northern Region.

Šavnik

It has a surface area of 553 square kilometers. The population is 2,070. The commonly spoken language is Serbian. It is located in the Northern Region.

Tivat

It has a surface area of 46 square kilometers. The population is 14,031. The commonly spoken language is Serbian. It is located in the Coastal Region.

Ulcinj

It has a surface area of 255 square kilometers. The population is 19,921. The language spoken widely is Albanian. It is located in the Coastal Region.

Žabljak

It has a surface area of 445 square kilometers. The population is 3,569. The commonly spoken language is Serbian. It is located in the Northern Region.


Montenegro Geography and Facts

  • Population: 629,296
  • Population Density: 47 per Km2
  • Land Area: 13,450 Km ²

Montenegro is known as the paradise of the Balkans, with its green mountains and turquoise sea. Due to its nature, friendly people and trustworthiness, it is highly appreciated by tourists.

It is also cheaper than other European countries. The country’s capital is Podgorica. Apart from Montenegro, the official language, Serbian, Bosnian and Albanian languages are also spoken.

It is located in Southeast Europe. It is neighbor to Kosovo to the east, Albania to the southeast, Serbia to the north, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina to the west. It is located in the south of the Adriatic Sea.

Geography

The territory of Moldova, which lies between the Lower Dniester and Prut rivers, is covered with low hills and alluvial plains. Plains take the appearance of a plateau as they rise north.

Governance

In Montenegro, which has been independent since 3 June 2006, heads of state are elected to serve for five years and can assume this post for a maximum of two terms. The prime minister is recommended by the president and requires parliament’s approval to take over. Members of the 81-seat parliament are elected directly. They are governed by a democratic regime.

Climate

The climate varies. However, it is generally under the influence of the Mediterranean climate. In high regions, terrestrial and temperate climate is seen in the valleys. Summers are dry and hot, winters are moist and rainy.

Religion

74 percent of the Orthodox Christians formed in the country, the second place is the Muslims, the third place is the Catholics.

Industry and Tourism

In Montenegro, which has undergone significant reforms for the transition to the market economy since the 1990s, more than 80 percent of state assets and most of the financial sector have been privatized.

Depending on the landforms, the country’s mountainous areas in the northern part of the country, whose economic activities vary, are economically least developed. Mountain tourism in Montenegro is also one of the sources of income. However, the most important income of the country is derived from manufacturing industry, mining sector and especially aluminum production.

Sports

The most popular sports in Montenegro are football, basketball, water polo, volleyball and handball. Other important sports in the country are boxing, athletics, table tennis and chess.

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