Igalo is a small town in the Herceg Novi municipality of Montenegro. It is accessible via the E65/E80 north headed to Dubrovnik, Croatia. According to the 2003 Census, it has a population of 3,754. The town adjoins Herceg Novi and is administratively divided leaving no clear division between the towns.
Andrijevica is a town in eastern Montenegro. It has a population of 1,073 (2003 census). Its territory is outspread on 340 km2 and it is surrounded by massives of mountains Komovi, Bjelasica and Prokletije. Andrijevica is the center of Andrijevica Municipality (population of 5,785) and is considered unofficial centre of Vasojevići region.
Gusinje is a small town and municipality in North-eastern Montenegro. According to the 2003 census, the town has a population of 1,704.
Bijelo Polje is a town in northeastern Montenegro on the Lim River. It has a urban population of 15,400 (2011 census). It is the administrative, economic, cultural and educational center of North Montenegro. Bijelo Polje is the center of municipality (population of 46,051). It is the unofficial center of the north-eastern region of Montenegro. Bijelo Polje means “White Field” in Serbo-Croatian.
Pljevlja is a town and municipality located in the northern part of Montenegro. The city lies at an altitude of 770 m (2,530 ft). The highest point of the municipality is on the Ljubišnja mountain at an altitude of 2,238 m (7,343 ft), while the lowest point is in the canyon of Tara river with an altitude of 529 m (1,736 ft) above sea level.
Žabljak is a small town in northern Montenegro. It has a population of 1,937. Žabljak is the seat of the municipality (2003 population: 4,204). The town is in the center of the Durmitor mountain region and with an altitude of 1,456 meters, it is the highest situated town on the Balkans.
Šavnik is a small town in northern Montenegro. It has a population of 570 (2003 census). Šavnik is the center of the municipality (population 2,947) and unofficial center of Drobnjaci region, home of the Drobnjaci tribe.
Mojkovac is a town in northern Montenegro. It has a population of 4,120 (2003 census). Mojkovac is also the center of the municipality, which has a population of 10,066.
History of Mojkovac
Mojkovac is on the west bank of the river Tara between the mountains Bjelasica and Sinjajevina. It is near the old mining town of Brskovo. During rule of King Stefan Uroš Nemanjić there was a money foundry there, from which Mojkovac got its name. Mojkovac is famous for the Battle of Mojkovac (1916) where the Montenegrin army defeated the more powerful, Austro-Hungarian army. Mojkovac has some tourism. As the Tara River is near Mojkovac, there is also white water rafting. The Monastery of Saint George in Dobrilovina, is the most important cultural and historic monument; it dates back to 1592.
Transport to Mojkovac
Mojkovac has a station on Belgrade – Bar railway. It is also at the intersection of the main road connecting Montenegro’s coast and Podgorica with northern Montenegro and Serbia (E65, E80), and the road leading towards Žabljak and Pljevlja. Mojkovac is on the west bank of the Tara River, between the mountains of Bjelasica and Sinjajevina. The old mining village of Brskovo is nearby. Brskovo is one of the oldest mines in the region. Podgorica Airport is 105 km (65 mi) away, and has regular flights to major European destinations.
Berane, formerly Ivangrad, is a town in eastern Montenegro. It has a population of 11,776 (2003 census). Berane is the center of municipality (population of 35,068) and one of the centers of Polimlje area, named after the Lim River, on which Berane is situated.