Andrijevica is a medium-sized town in the north of Montenegro, which is literally buried in dense vegetation, and this is despite the fact that all the buildings are as if in a small bowl of mountains. Yet here is very well developed tourist infrastructure, as many Europeans in recent years prefer a quiet and relaxing holiday with the whole family. In addition to this, from the height of Mount cakora can see numerous ponds that abound with fish, for this offer to any tourist here to take part in sport fishing on the float rod.
Perhaps the most important property of Andrijevica is its history, which dates back to the 12th century. During this time, in these areas there have been many important events, including the bloody wars. Therefore, after the end of World War II, the city was founded in the National History Museum, where several thousands of objects and things from different times were collected. In order that would plunge and precisely recreate all past events occurring in these places the visitor in any case, you must visit this museum.
The very two-storey building regional museum is located on a hill in the heart of the city, on this tour either in any case begins with him. Almost all the walls inside the posted photographs of different years, talking about the life of the locals living here in the 19th and 20th century. Back in the museum's collection has a lot of weapons, mainly the time of the Turkish campaigns.