The famous theater building in Cetinje, Zetski dom, at first was used, beside as a theater, for the housing archives, museums and reading-room with library. Building began in 1884, and finished in 1892.
The residence of the heir of the throne, Danilo, known as Blue Palace, was built in 1895. It is situated between two city parks. On the building, started in 1894, were engaged best Italian and local masters.
Rijeka Crnojevića bridge (Montenegrin: Most na Rijeci Crnojevića) – also known as Danilo’s bridge (Montenegrin: Danilov most) – is a bridge in Rijeka Crnojevića, Montenegro. The bridge spans the Crnojević river and is one of the most important historical monuments and tourist attractions in the municipality of Cetinje.
At the foundation of the monastery church from 1484, The Prince Nikola was built castle chapel dedicated to the ‘Virgin Birth, and intended to the court the religious ceremony.
At the foot of the rocky Orlov Krs, on the place where the court of Ivan Crnojevic once stood, ruler Danilo built the monastery of Cetinje in 1701. Some parts taken from the ruined monastery of Crnojevici were built in this new monastery. The block of monasteries became the center of spiritual, cultural and political life of Montenegro.
Since 1878th when the Berlin Congress recognized Montenegro’s independence, a number of major European countries began to establish diplomatic relations with the new state. In Cetinje for embassies and housing staff rented a better built home, or according to special projects and approval of building new facilities. Today in Cetinje, we can distinguish several buildings by its successful architectural solutions: former Austro-Hungarian, Russian, French, Italian, Turkish and English mission.
At Orlov Krs (Eagles rock), the hill rising and dominating over the southwestern part of the field of Cetinje is the Mausoleum of ruler Danilo, the founder of the Petrovic-Njegos dynasty. The mausoleum was built in 1896 by the idea and the sketch of Princess Elena with a help of the French architect Fruse and the sculptor Voutier.
The mausoleum of Petar Petrovic Njegos built of limestone and granite can be found on top of Mount Lovcen. It was Njegos’s last wish, the greatest ruler of the Montenegrins who was a bishop and a poet at the same time to be buried there. The big statue in the mausoleum was sculpted by Mestrovic. The statue was getting dusty for a long time in a store-room but later it was carried up to the peak with the help of big haulers and winches.