Rijeka Crnojevica is a small hamlet a few kilometers from the historical capital of Cetinje in Montenegro. The village is along Rijeka Crnojevica river, which empties into nearby Skadarsko Jezero. Important in Montenegro’s history, the village was the capital of the Crnojevic state until 1478.
The bridge dates to the 15th century. Today Rijeka Crnojevica is a small fishing village and tourist destination. With 300 citizens, Rijeka Crnojevića is seat of Riječka nahija.