On the border of Montenegro and Kosovo, in the farthest corner of Montenegro to the east is Rozaje, a small town with a population of not more than 10 thousand people. This city was founded in 1883 and named in honor of the Ruzica church, built in the XIII century, by order of the wife of the Serbian king Uros first. The church can be seen from almost every corner of the city - the red brick building attracts the eyes of travelers and does not remain indifferent. Burial is in the territory of the church.
Near to give birth in one of the mountain peaks, survived the remnants of the old village that existed in the thirteenth century. And on the mountain Brezhoevicha survived to our time, the ruins of a much more ancient buildings erected more Illyrians.
Arriving in Rozaje, in addition to the church, which gave its name to the town, do not forget to visit Ganitsa tower, which was built in the 14th century, and the mosque Kurtagicha 17th century. In winter you can enjoy the skiing - there are equipped tracks, ski lifts, and the necessary equipment are available for rent. But in summer you can go hunting, rock climbing, become a member of contemporary music and just feel the history of this beautiful mountain town.