The city of Cetinje, today the capital of Montenegro (although the capital of Montenegro is Podgorica). The town is located in the karst field with the same name, in the southern part of the country, at the foot of the Lovćen mountain, at an altitude of 670 meters. According to the 2003 census, the city of Cetinje has 15,353 inhabitants, and the Municipality of Cetinje has 18,742 inhabitants. Cetinje is called “city-museum” because of its authentic architecture and a large number of historical buildings, monasteries, churches and museums. Historically, it was the royal capital of Montenegro and home to several national institutions, including the official residence of the President of Montenegro. According to the latest census from 2023, the city of Cetinje has 12,460 inhabitants, while the Municipality of Cetinje has 14,465 inhabitants.

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