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4.9 out of 5.0
Service 4.7
Value for Money 3.8
Location 2.7
Cleanliness 5.0
  • biljana jovanic
    biljanaMay 2019

    Niksic is the city of my childhood and youth .... I'm happy to visit him every year

  • Debeli Atletičar
    DebeliMay 2019

    King Nikola I Petrović Njegoš on horseback, the bronze monument is 5 meters high. The total height of the monument with stone foundations is 9 meters ... Nikola I Petrović-Njegoš (Njeguši, October 7 / October 19, 1841 - Antibkraj Nice, France, March 2, 1921) was the Prince of Montenegro in the period 1860-1910. and king in the period 1910-1918. from the Petrović-Njegoš dynasty. He succeeded his uncle Danilo to the Montenegrin throne. During his rule, Montenegro received international recognition and significant territorial expansion by the Berlin Agreement on July 13, 1878, after the Montenegrin-Turkish war. Further territorial expansions of Montenegro followed the Balkan wars (1912-1913). Nicholas I reformed the state administration, established the Council of Ministers, modernized the army, laid the foundations of the legal system with the General Property Code and opened the door to foreign investment. In 1905, Nicholas I drafted the Constitution of the Principality of Montenegro, after which the National Assembly was convened. Nikola ruled autocratically, which is why he gained numerous enemies in Montenegro. He was personally a great supporter of Serbs and wanted the unification of Serbs and other South Slavs. However, he was an indignant opponent of Karadjordjevic. In the First World War he declared war on Austria-Hungary. The Kingdom of Montenegro resisted the Austro - Hungarian invasion, but had to capitulate in January 1916. King Nicholas took refuge with the Government and the Court in France, in exile from which he never returned. After the end of the war, he was overthrown at the Podgorica Assembly. Despite military (Christmas rebellion and Montenegrin comitatus that lasted until 1929) and attempts by Montenegrin diplomacy at the Paris Conference, Montenegro failed to regain its international legal sovereignty lost in late 1918 by unification with the Kingdom of Serbia. King Nicholas I died in exile in exile, and was buried in the Russian Church in Sanremo, Italy. His remains and the remains of his wife, Queen Milena Petrović, were returned in 1989, with the highest state honors, and buried in Cetinje, in the Palace Church in Ćipur. King Nicholas I was also reflected in literature. His most famous works are the song Onamo, 'namo! and the drama The Balkan Empress.

  • Andrijana Mazinjanin
    AndrijanaMay 2019

    Center Niksic nicely arranged.

  • Paolo Barberio
    PaoloMay 2019

    Historic Place

  • Andrej
    AndrejMay 2019

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