Overlooking the Lučice Bay of the Skadarsko Jezero, is the hillside village of Godinje, distinguished by its unique chain system of conjoined houses, complete with passages and tunnels in between them – allegedly they were built this way so that the villagers could escape detection by the Ottomans. The town belongs to the Boljević pleme of the Crmnička nahija.

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