History of Montenegro
Located in the southeastern Europe, Montenegro is an independent state with a geostrategic position in the Balkans. Montenegro’s neighbors are: Serbia, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Kosovo, Croatia, and Albania. Montenegro has access to the sea, and has amazing beaches for the tourists awaiting in the Adriatic Sea. Montenegro’s capital is Podgorica and Cetinje is the Royal capital.
Montenegro is today’s Dalmatia. Between the 9th century and the 13th century, a lot of events helped shape the history. Most of these events symbolize how today’s Montenegro was founded; upon perseverance, sacrifice governorship and prosperous endeavors.
Since 1918, Montenegro had been a section of Yugoslavia and it was through the independence referendum held on 21 May 2006 that Montenegro was able to declare its independence on 3 June of the same year.