Then he rose up and walked back to Podgorica rejoicing, with those who had carried him the day before.
The Podgorica Parliament had 168 members, of whom 42 were from the new areas.
A glimpse of a green valley below can just be caught, there lies Podgorica, our destination.
The central, and soon to be the only, prison is at Podgorica.
He was a foreigner and new to Podgorica, but more of him anon.
He asked me so many questions that I asked him if he had never even been to Podgorica.
The view round Podgorica is one of the most fascinating features of the place.
Before we leave Podgorica for good our readers must be introduced to the Club.
It was then that we first heard of Achmed Uiko, who told us the story of his life in Podgorica.
But his unpopularity remained and, with vengeance burning in his heart, he went from Podgorica to the Italians.
Adriatic coastal nation, from Venetian Italian (Tuscan monte nero), literally "black mountain," a loan-translation of the local Slavonic name, Crnagora. Related: Montenegrine.