Cetinje is the historic and current capital of Montenegro (the capital of Montenegro is Podgorica). The town is located in the eponymous karst field located in the southern part of the republic, at the foot of the mountain Lovcen, at an average altitude of 670 m. Due to its authentic architecture and a large number of historical buildings, relics, monasteries, churches and museums, this city was named “city-museum”.
Hot and dry summers, cold winters and humid, rainy spring and autumn. Interesan the fact that, although it is one of the rainiest cities in Europe, and the city with the highest average amount of rainfall in the former Yugoslavia, the city has no surface water streams. The specificity of the situation in Montenegro, in terms of weather and climatic conditions, stems from the fact that it is located in the zone denominated thermal asymmetry between the cold of northern Europe and North Africa is very hot. Just over Montenegro is conducted intensive exchange, warm air masses that go to the north and the cold of the north going south. Very often over Montenegro comes to clashing and mixing of air masses with extremely different physical and meteorological characteristics.