Travel Guide Thursdays: Montenegro

Planning a summer vacation? Perhaps you will find a Rampage player on your next trip. The Rampage has seen 293 players from all around the globe who have played with the Rampage at some point in the team’s nine-year history. Each Thursday throughout the offseason, sarampage.com will feature a location in which Rampage players call home.  The Rampage has had 188 players from Canada, 40 from Europe/other places around the world and 65 from the U.S. This week’s featured location is Montenegro in which one player calls home.

Montenegro
Capital: Podgorica
Government: Parliamentary Republic
Leaders: President – Filip Vujanovic, Prime Minister – Igor Luksic, President of Parliament – Ranko Krivokapic
Population: 625,266
Area: 5,019 square miles
Language: Montenegrin
Currency: Euro
Climate (in capital city): Winter average high – 57; Summer average high – 81
Montenegro is a member of the European Union

Top places to visit in/around Podgorica:
Slobode Street
Hercegovacka Street
The Millennium Bridge
The Clock Tower
The Moscow Bridge
Republic Square
Skaline
Blazo Jovanovic Bridge
The Shrine of the Resurrection
St. George Church
Roman Catholic Church
The Old Mosque of Skender Caus
Osmanagic’s Mosque
Celija Piperska Monastery
Church of the Great Martyr Holy
Church of Sv. Anthony
Zlatica Monastery remains
Dajbabe Monastery
Duga Monastery
Moraca Monastery
Vranjina Monastery
Doclea
Medun
Monument to Petar II Petrovic
Monument to Karadorde
Monument to King Nikola
Monument to Partisan Warriors
Monument to St. Petar Cetinjski
Monument to Visocki
Natural History Museum of Montenegro
Castle Petrovica
Montenegro National Theatre
Lake Skadar National Park
Bukumir Lake
Vranjina
Rikavac Lake


Rampage players from Montenegro (by city):
Podgorica, Montenegro – Ned Lukacevic



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