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King Nikola Monument

Sv. Petra Cetinjskog bb, Podgorica, Podgorica Municipality, Montenegro
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nice statue in the park along the river near the old bridge

The park that this statue is in is pretty neat, I was in that looking for the old bridge and... read more

Reviewed 19 October 2017
CFEIII
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Austin, Texas
Decent Standard Heroic Monument

This is a fairly standard heroic equestrian monument in a park area across the street form the... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2017
jenedc2016
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Santa Rosa, California
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The first monument in the Capital dedicated to Prince and King Nikola I Petrovic Njegos, the seventh and last state ruler from Montenegrin dynasty Petrovic-Njegos. It was erected in 2005, on occasion of celebrating the Day of Liberation of Podgorica in WWII, and it is located on a plateau across the road from the Parliament of Montenegro.
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19 Oct 2017
“nice statue in the park along the river near the old bridge”
9 Oct 2017
“Decent Standard Heroic Monument”
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Sv. Petra Cetinjskog bb, Podgorica, Podgorica Municipality, Montenegro
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Reviewed 19 October 2017

The park that this statue is in is pretty neat, I was in that looking for the old bridge and stumbled across the statue.

Thank CFEIII
Reviewed 9 October 2017

This is a fairly standard heroic equestrian monument in a park area across the street form the Montenegrin government buildings (parliament, bank, etc.) in the heart of Podgorica. It is worth a quick look when in the area and it is next to those buildings...More

Thank jenedc2016
Reviewed 23 July 2017

This monument is near the city Park of Nikola I in the heart of the city. Many people and kids are sitting and playing around in a hot summer days. Try to find some fresh air under the trees. Recommend to sit there for a...More

Thank Tamara P
Reviewed 4 July 2017

Very close to the stairs of the old Ribnica river bridge. This statue is very high quality and best seen in the summer night with friends who would like to talk about a little history. The last great king is to be respected however the...More

Thank Tetragon
Reviewed 30 September 2016

Interesting if you're into history or monuments but it is just another monument otherwise. It is in the city centre area so it is easy enough to see if you're in the area

Thank Leigh B
Reviewed 16 February 2016

I actually really enjoyed eating a take away dinner while watching the lights behind the staute give it a magestic glow and it became a point in the city where I could find my way to other places again. I'm not sure that he deserves...More

1  Thank teachtheworlds
Reviewed 22 September 2015

King Nikola I was the last king of Montenegro. He was sovereign prince from 1860 and king from 1910 to 1918. After the WWI Montenegro was annexed to Serbia and King Nikola went into exile to France 1918 and died in Antibes 1921. His statue...More

Thank leffex
Reviewed 2 August 2015

located in front of Montenegro Parliament, near the city center, this statue represents another important man in Montenegro culture

2  Thank Mark B
Reviewed 28 March 2015 via mobile

We stumbled across this walking from the clock tower to the fortress. We took a picture and knew some history from locals we had been speaking to. This king was the last king of Podgorica and if your near it's worth visiting

Thank Katie B
Reviewed 25 November 2014 via mobile

When you are Podgorica, I recommend stopping for some quick pictures of the King Nikola statue, who was the last king of Montenegro. The statue is across from the parliament building in the upper part of the park. There are actually several tourist spots in...More

2  Thank iowaaggie
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