- a city in Montenegro: former capital.
Examples from the Web for cetinje
Contemporary Examples of cetinje
The remainder of his youth was lived in Cetinje, the ancestral capital of Montenegro.Danilo Kis, the Stylish Historian of Infamy
June 19, 2013
Historical Examples of cetinje
In 1869 the Russian Empress caused a girls' college to be opened at Cetinje.The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 1
He and three others reached Cetinje one day in August 1920 when I was there.
He said that the Countess de Salis, while at Cetinje, was in danger of her life.
The complaints as registered in Cetinje were many, and on the whole justified.The Immigrant Tide, Its Ebb and Flow
Edward A. Steiner
He founded the monastery at Cetinje, appointed a bishop and built churches.Through the Land of the Serb
Mary Edith Durham
- a town in Montenegro, in the SW: former capital of Montenegro (until 1945); palace and fortified monastery, residences of Montenegrin prince-bishops. Pop: 15 137 (2003 est)