is located in the municipality of Cetinje
, and flows into the famous Skadar Lake
. In summer, the river dries up a bit, and become green because of water lilies, and in winter the water rises a couple of meters, and has an amazing emerald color. On the river, there is a small town with a population of about 300 residents. Once upon a time in this peaceful place life pulsed there - because in ancient times the town was the capital of the Montenegrin state Zetas (1465-1490), and was the residence of ruling at the time John Crnojevic, the crossroad of major trade routes. Until the end of the XIX century, settlement had been developed actively – inns and pubs were built, manufacturing worked. The decline of the town, oddly enough, was related to independence in the late XIX century.
Now the town has become a fishing village with such attractions as:
- beautiful old bridges, one pedestrian - Danilov bridge, and the other – automobile;
- beautiful renovated waterfront;
- house of St. Peter from Cetinje - the oldest building in the town;
- Monastery of St. Nicholas - the rim, where the first Montenegrin book "Oktoikh" was printed
- Zhmrlevitsa Cave with underground lake and interesting ornaments.
Also here you can go boating, fishing (in these places trout, carp and eel is caught), dine at the restaurant with a beautiful view of the river.
If you want to stay in harmony with nature, to relax from the noisy seaside, relieve fatigue after working days - then you have to go here.