About 1000 olive trees grow in the Didarin grove, which is located on the Montenegrin coast near the Old Town of Bar, each of which is more than 1 thousand years old.
According to the Montenegrin authorities, this grove with thousand-year-old olives is a new tourist attraction not only on the map of the city of Bar, but throughout Montenegro.
In the near future, a grove will mark the thousand-year-old olives, as well as the reconstruction of the ruined church of St. Urban, the Suvi Stream bridge and other valuable historical sites.
A new map of Montenegrin attractions is being created as part of the Interreg cross-border project with the participation of Italy and Albania. The cost of this project is 624 thousand euros, which will be allocated by the European Union. In addition to the grove, the new map of attractions will also include other most famous historical and natural monuments of Montenegro: the Old Town of Bar and the Old Olive in the Mirovica area.
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