Crna Gora

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Montenegro is the one of the world's top destinations and Hilton Podgorica Crna Gora offers convenient access to some of its top attractions, thanks to its historic location at the site of Podgorica's first hotel, built in 1953.
The Sky Bar on the eighth floor is an indoor and outdoor bar; restaurant Crna Gora offer a la carte and buffet-style international and local specialties; Terrace Fontana offers local specialities along with homemade ice creams and cakes; and the Bar and Cigar Club offers a choice of international cigars along with a beverage list.
One week after the "tigers" of the Macedonian Interior Ministry, upon foreign information, conquered the hills of Skopska Crna Gora in a landing and discovered a huge arsenal of arms, a strange silence is ruling around a dozen questions that opened not only the full bunkers, but first of all the exchange of fire between the police and a 12-member armed group guarding the arms.
Mr Patten says the Euro 1.15 million for villages in a second area, Skopska Crna Gora, is "a start-up allocation only" as the region is reputed by"'second hand' information sources", to have suffered far greater destruction during the conflict.
Principal battles: Alexinatz (Aleksinac), Djunis (1876); Slivnitsa, Pirot (1885); Kumanovo, Monastir (Bitola) (1912); the Bregalnica (1913); Tser Mountain (Crna Gora), the Kolubara (1914).
Further up are the villages of Bulacani, Rastak, Vinice and Breza at the bottom of the Skopska Crna Gora Mountain, behind which is Kosovo.