Rozaje is a town located in the eastern part of Montenegro, considered the administrative center of the municipality, on the border with Kosovo. According to historians, it was built around a fortress built in the Middle Ages, and received its name from the old church Ruzica. This is a fairly developed town with a population of slightly less than 10 thousand people. It, like others surrounding towns, is not been explored by usual tourists. The fact is that Rozaje is far from the coast, so that only the most notorious lovers of natural beauty and eco-tourism reach these places. What is only worth visiting an ancient mountain village, where you can see the ruins of the church, dating from the reign of the Serbian king Uros I, who lived in the XIII century.
Around the city there are many mountain mineral springs, with cold, extremely pure water that is rich in minerals.
On the banks of the Ibar River, which flows near to Rozaje, there are plenty of picturesque gorges, very tempting for climbers. In summer they come to these places to train around and have a good rest in a lush environment. There also come lovers of sport hunting, - there are a lot of game in the woods around Rozaje, and for those who want to test their accuracy in shooting here is a real expanse.
Local slopes are attractive for skiing fans. On these slopes hotels are built and a good track is laid, equipped with lifts. In four kilometers from the town there is a popular ski center Turyak, where operates several centers, teaching skiing.
Every year Rozaje hosts many cultural events, among them an eventful festival "Hot winter in the mountains".Children's music festival of authors and performers "Golden feather. Golden path" takes place in the town. For music lovers in Rozaje arranged a festival of electronic music.
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