The first traces of architecture in Montenegro date from prehistoric times. Montenegro had ,, Chinese wall “that was dug about 500 kilometers wide and two to three meters high. A giant wall, known as the Wolves boundaries, led from the White Mountains, through Cuca, Najcevska mountain, Ostrog, plains and Bjelopavlićka Morače to Kučki Koma. About him the records left Vuk Karadzic (1834), William Lembl (1850), Konstantin Jireček and Jovan Erdeljanović. Nobody found when it was built and what is served in the wall. Along the entire wall, which was passed at the end of waterless , there are several hundreds of sources.
No one was found when it was built and what is served in the wall. Along the entire wall, which passed no water, there are several hundreds of sources. Are arranged on every two-three kilometers. Along the wall there are several wells and cisterns. The ramparts of the Kotor and rounded the hill above it a unique example of fortification architecture in Europe. The ramparts surround Kotor length of about five kilometers high on some parts up to 20, a wide and up to 10 meters. Were erected and rebuilt for ten centuries – from IX to XIX century.