Plevlya – motley canvas with antique past

Of all the resort towns in Montenegro , located in the north of the country, Plevlya is considered to be the most interesting and lively town with a rich history, dating back to the time of the Roman Empire. Favorable position on the trade route leading to Macedonia, made it in the Middle Ages a tasty morsel for numerous rulers and Turkish conquerors. For all of its existence, Plevlya also managed to manage the Goths, Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire, finally joining Montenegro only in 1912. Today, on the territory of the city and its environs, archaeological excavations are actively conducted, opening to the modern world the secrets of the former majestic Municipio S, which turned into modest Plevlya after centuries.

By the standards of Montenegro, this city is considered quite large – despite the 20 thousand people living in it. At the entrance to Plelevo, tourists can enjoy magnificent panoramic views not only of the city itself, but also of its vast quarries, where coal is mined. Plelevanskoe coal deposit is the only one in the whole country, therefore the work here is constantly boiling – the abundance of powerful dump trucks and giant conveyors literally attract male tourists to these places. In ancient times, in this area, besides coal, tin and zinc, silver was also mined, but over time, its veins became empty, leaving precious minerals to the miners.

The architectural picture of Plevly is very diverse and diverse. The Turkish style is mixed with socialist Yugoslavia and smoothly flows into flirty European lines. All this looks rather cozy and ideal for relaxing in a quiet and ecologically clean place where you can walk along shady streets and take pictures of old houses with partially peeling facades. There are a lot of places in Pljevl and other attractions – for example, the pride of local residents is the Hussein Pasha mosque, which retains its original beauty since 1562. Its fourteen beautiful domes stand proudly above the city, and inside the building is richly decorated with Persian and Arabic ornaments, quotations from the Koran and other oriental religious attributes.

The architectural picture of Plevly is very diverse and diverse. The Turkish style is mixed with socialist Yugoslavia and smoothly flows into flirty European lines. All this looks rather cozy and ideal for relaxing in a quiet and ecologically clean place where you can walk along shady streets and take pictures of old houses with partially peeling facades. There are a lot of places in Pljevl and other attractions – for example, the pride of local residents is the Hussein Pasha mosque, which retains its original beauty since 1562. Its fourteen beautiful domes stand proudly above the city, and inside the building is richly decorated with Persian and Arabic ornaments, quotations from the Koran and other oriental religious attributes.

Gourmets Pljevlja offers to appreciate the Pleval cheese, which is made from selected cow’s milk and is used for making delicious stuffed peppers, pita, hot sandwiches and other culinary masterpieces. Well and admirers of ecological and winter tourism this region attracts the greatest quantity of forests in all Montenegro , rich in flora and fauna, some of which can not be found in other countries of the world.

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