Podgorica

Podgorica (ə {respell|POD|gorr-ee-tsə}; Montenegrin Cyrillic: Подгорица (pronounced: pǒdɡorit͡sa), lit. `under the small hill`) is the capital and largest city of Montenegro. In contemporary history, the city was also known as Titograd from 1946 to 1992 during the existence of SFR Yugoslavia. Podgorica`s favourable position at the......
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Podgorica

Capital of Montenegro; population (2003) 136,500. Industries include metalworking, furniture-making, and tobacco. It was damaged in World War II and after rebuilding was renamed in honour of Marshal Tito; it reverted to its original name with the collapse of communism. It was the birthplace of the Roman emperor Diocletian
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Podgorica

Podgorica (pōd'gōrētsä) , city (1991 pop. 117,875), capital and largest city of Montenegro, SE Montenegro, at the confluence of the Ribnica and Morača rivers. A commercial center, it has industries producing aluminum, furniture, tobacco, and foodstuffs. An ancient to...
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