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Montenegro and Serbia split in 2006; Montenegro is now an independent country.
Montenegro is located in the Balkans or southeastern Europe along the coast of the Adriatic Sea.Montenegro is a country located in Southeastern Europe. It has a coast on the Adriatic Sea to the south and borders Croatia to the west, Bosnia and Herzegovina to the northwest, Serbia to the northeast,…
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The federation of Serbia and Montenegro, originally officially the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and later the State Union of Serbia and Montenegro, existed from 1992 to 2006. Its capital was Belgrade. In 2006, Montenegro declared its independence and became a separate independent nation. The cap…
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The answer to this depends on the time-frame of the question. In 1919, the answer would have been Yugoslavia, but in 2006 the answer would be Serbia (i.e. the region of Serbia became incorporated into the Nation of Serbia).
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Podgorica
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Belgrade
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Montenegro has surface of 13,812 km².It is also 5.019 sq mi, and is slightly smaller than Connecticut.
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Podgorica
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some are grand canyon,mississippilake,and there are much MUCH more
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Albania got independence after a war against Turkish and Muslim people. I don't know how montenegro got independence but I know they got it in 2006.
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dont be so quick to walk away
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Serbian army occupied Montenegro and made in next 10 years one of the worst torture in Europe. Montenegrin started battle but they did not successive.
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Before 2006, Montenegro and Serbia was one country. However, Montenegro held a referendum in 2006 that was narrowly passed. At the moment they are two separate countries.
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621,383 (2013)
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The official name of Montenegro is Montenegro. It is also called Crna Gora. Crna Gora means black mountain in Montenegro.
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The vegetation in Montenegro is made up of mostly vascular plants. There are different species of plants that are found in the mountainous regions of Montenegro.
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They formed a new state together with other slavic people (croats, slovenes) - the kingdom SHS, which was the basis for creation of Yugoslavia.
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The capital of Montenegro is In America in califoria in a burger bar on the internet on eBay in the frozen food section shelf 2!
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Roughly 673,000, according to a census poll in 2010. It is 687,763 according to trueknowledge.com, which has been extrapolated from surveys in 2009 and 2011. Main ethnic groups are montenegrins, serbs, bosniaks, croats, albanians as well as an Italian minority.
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Montenegro regained it's independence in 2006, but Montenegro was an independent country much before the separation with Serbia.
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I have researched the casino, but it is not real. The movie was filmed in Montenegro, though I don't know which casino it was exactly. I wish there was a web page on the 007 website to ask the people who made the movie things like this.
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Montenegro has a long history of existing as a country. The first records of the name Montenegro exist in 1296, when it was called Zeta. The name Montenegro started to be much more common in 1430. Finally, Montenegro regained its independence in 2006.
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euro ;)
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Podgorica
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its famous for its beaches and rivers and mountains.
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+381 for Serbia
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A young motivated, money make'n person that love's to have fun and blow tree's all day long....
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Don't really know aye. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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It was made into Yugoslavia after WW1
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I Do, Adrian MontenegroMe to Alejandro Montenegro
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Yes. Montenegro has both a president and a prime minister.
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i am from their so th answer will be budva,podgorica, beograd,gusinje and bijelo polje so i hope you have fun there k.and u welcome cao
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Compared to the richest countries like the UK, USA, Scandinavia and Japan it's not expensive but considering the average monthly wage is only about €500 per month then it is expensive
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We would say djed or đed. :)
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i eat lamb and all kinds of other things
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Filip Vujanović is the President of Montenegro. Vujanović became the President on 2008 May 21.
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May 21st, 2006
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Montenegro has no states, instead it is divided into the 6 counties of Andrijevica, Bar, Kolasin, Niksic, Podgorica and Cetinje.
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Mostly Russia and Iran
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Montenegro recognized most countries when it became an independent country in 2006.
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Yes, Montenegro participated in World War I.
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There is no place called Serbia & Montenegro. Between 1998 and 2006 there was a country called Serbia & Montenegro but since 2006, when Montenegro declared independence, they have been 2 separate countries - Serbia and Montenegro. Postal codes depend on which city you are posting to.
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The flight distance from Ghana to Montenegro is:2,726 miles / 4,387 km
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Yes. The first Montenegro McDonald's opened on June 1, 2004.
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It was friendly with Serbia but not in an official alliance. It entered the war on the side of Serbia but was defeated by Austria in 1916 and liberated by the Allies in 1918 when it was taken into the new state of Yugoslavia.
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Yes they do hunt.
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Montenegro - 5,019 square miles.
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About 6.6 million of the 10 million people who live in what was known as Serbia and Montenegro are Serbs. In 2006 Montenegro declared independence and the two are now separate countries.
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It is not in the European Union. It would have to first apply. After that there is a series of procedures to go through. This can take a different amount of time for each country. So there is no definite answer to your question.
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currency is the "euro"
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Socialistic Federative Republic of Yugoslavia
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in montenegro i think i used Euros. i was born there lived 3 years there and went there for 2 months during summer
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There is no more Yugoslavia, Serbia and Montenegro are two separate states since the year 2006th (after the Montenegrins have restored their sovereignty - referendum of independency).
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Yes, it used to be a part of Yugoslavia. The capital is Podgorica.
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it's a country in the Balkans in south-east Europe. It became an independent country in 2006 when it declared independence from Serbia & Montenegro.
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in montenegro we are not plentiful with money like the u.s. i should know i was born there
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The most common form of transport is by car or bus. Buses connect all the major towns and cities and many cities in other countries too. There is also a train line which runs from the coastal city of Bar to Belgrade in Serbia (passing through Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro)
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It's actually a modified reading wedge. I believe it's called a lightwedge and they are sold in bookstores
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People simply travelled after January 2010? You can't be serious...
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Hotel Splendid in Budva, Montenegro, which I think is in Becici. It is still partially under construction though, I think. Things are little sketchy, as you can probably tell.
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You should contact Zara about franchises but there is already a Zara store in the capital Podgorica so the operator of that franchise may already have the rights to all Zara stores in the country.
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the current leader of Montenegro is Filip Vujanovic. This is sourced from wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/President_of_Montenegro in the first paragraph.
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The country of Montenegro has one time zone. It's in the Central European Time Zone. Montenegro observes daylight saving time [known as summer time in Europe].
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No, they are two independent countries.
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Not really. I'm sure some people learn it at school but the national language is Serbian (presently called Montenegrin when spoken in Montenegro). At school most people learn English and Italian but German, French, Russian and Spanish are fairly common subjects too.
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more than 40.000
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Yes, Malaysian need visa to enter Serbia
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The main point considered when granting a residence is the work permit. Obtaining a work permit is not a straightforward procedure and includes registering a firm of your own for employment purposes (firm registration takes place in Podgorica) as the first step (or getting employed at a firm, which …
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Montenegro - 5,019 square miles.
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The flight is a little over 2 hours when flying from a London airport to either Podgorica or Tivat airports in Montenegro.
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Yes, in 2006 it was recognised as a independent state from federal republic of Serbia and Montenegro. After that the federal republic of Serbia and Montenegro was renamed to republic of Serbia
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Podorica. The old "traditional"capital is Cetinje.
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Montenegrin
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Mediterranean
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Elena of Montenegro was born on January 8, 1873.
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Elena of Montenegro was born on January 8, 1873.
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Elena of Montenegro was born on January 8, 1873 and died on November 28, 1952. This would have been 79 years old at the time of death or 137 years old today.
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Elena of Montenegro died on November 28, 1952.
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