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    • St. George's Church
      This is an Orthodox church in the foothill of the Gorica hill, built between the 9th and 11th centuries, and it is part of a group of pre-Romanesque monuments. This is also the oldest preserved building in Podgorica. Beneath the altar there is a small subterranean passage, which was believed to have led to Duklja.
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    • Vladimir Vysotsky Monument
      On the shores of Moraca, there is a monument erected to honour the famous Russian poet, theatre and film actor and writer Vladimir Visotsky, who resided in Podgorica while working on a film for the erstwhile Titograd TV station. He expressed his love for Montenegro in his poem ''For the Montenegrins'', and this is his only monument outside the borders of the former Soviet Union.
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    • Karting Centar
      Karting Center Podgorica is the first sport facility of this kind and the most up to date one in the region. It is located at the main Podgorica – Cetinje highway, in a settlement called Lijesnje. Recreational drivers, professional drivers, as well as the organized groups will be able to feel true adrenaline rush. We are pleased to welcome anyone who wishes to experience 100% fun race!
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    • Dajbabe Monastery
      This Orthodox monastery is dedicated to the Ascension of the Virgin, and it was erected in 1897. The Monastery was built within a natural cave, which was later expanded thus creating the form of a church with auxiliary chapels. The interior of the Monastery is adorned with frescos painted by monk Simeon Popovic.
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    • St. Petar of Cetinje Monument
      This bronze monument, almost 7m tall, is dedicated to the Metropolitan and ruler of Montenegro Petar I Petrovic Njegos.
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