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During my documentary in the Balkans, we also came to Montenegro.
I was very surprised by the beauty of the country. Montenegro used to be part of Yugoslavia but is now an independent country.

Especially in Podgorica and Rosaje, I had a wonderful time photographing. The beautiful landscapes and historic architecture provided countless opportunities for breathtaking photographs.

Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, is a bustling city with plenty of charm. It has both modern buildings and ancient monuments that recall the country’s past.

Besides Podgorica and Rosaje, Montenegro has much more to offer. The country is dotted with impressive mountains, enchanting lakes and picturesque villages.

One of the highlights of my visit to Montenegro was Durmitor National Park. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this park offers breathtaking landscapes with deep gorges, shimmering lakes and imposing mountain peaks. It is a true paradise for nature lovers and hikers.

Lake Skadar, the largest lake in the Balkans, is also not to be missed. Here you can enjoy boating, fishing or just relaxing on the shores while looking out over the serene water surface.

There are also numerous historical attractions in Montenegro, such as Kotor, a medieval city full of narrow streets and beautiful churches. Kotor’s old town is also on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.

So Montenegro has something for everyone: natural beauty, historical treasures and bustling cities. Whether you are an adventurous traveler or just want to relax on the beach, this country has everything to offer.Curious about the beauty of Montenegro?

Then check out my photo reportage and be enchanted by the beautiful landscapes, charming towns and historic sites.

Take a virtual journey through Montenegro and discover why this country is a pearl on the necklace of the Balkans.