6 Sights in Stari Bar, Montenegro (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Stari Bar, Montenegro. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Stari Bar, Montenegro.

Sightseeing Tours in Stari Bar

1. Crkva sv. Vita

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Church of st. Vita is a Catholic church in gretva, Stari Bar, Montenegro. It belongs to the Archdiocese of Bar. It was built by Archbishop of Bar and primate of Serbia Šimun Milinović and buried in it. Above the front door is a stone inscription that says that Archbishop Milinović had a church and cemetery built. The church is dedicated to the holy martyr Vid, and in local speech he is also called Vit, as well as Vic. In 2019, Jasmin Safetović (31st), Robert Dreković (26th) and Vahid Bajramovića (43) stole the bell from the bell tower of this church, as well as with 3 other churches, another Catholic and two Orthodox. Archbishop Aleksandar Tokić and priest Josip Devic were buried in the cemetery. The tombstones of some Catholics are written in Cyrillic, and some foreigners are buried in the cemetery, who ended their lives in Bar.

Wikipedia: Crkva sv. Vita na Gretvi, Stari Bar (HR)

2. Džamija Selimija

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The Selimija Mosque and the Islamic Cultural Center in Bar, Montenegro, are buildings that the Committee of the Islamic Community of Bar began to build on July 28, 2002. The Turkish Agency for International Cooperation and Coordination Tika has completed works and equipped the facility that officially opened on May 29-30, 2014. The Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas in the old bar is located near this mosque.

Wikipedia: Džamija Selimija u Baru (HR)

3. Bar Aqueduct

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The Bar Aqueduct is a stone aqueduct located on the northern side of Stari Bar Fortress, 4 km north of the town of Bar in Montenegro. The Bar Aqueduct is the only remaining aqueduct in Montenegro, and one of the largest and best preserved aqueducts from the three remaining ones in the former Yugoslavia, which include the Diocletianus Aqueduct near Split, Croatia and the Skopje Aqueduct in North Macedonia.

Wikipedia: Bar Aqueduct (EN)

4. Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary

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The Immaculate Conception Cathedral in Stari Bar, Montenegro is the former cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Bar, which aside from the Bay of Kotor and the Municipality of Budva covers the whole of Montenegro. The Archdiocese of Bar was originally formed as a diocese in the 10th century when it split off from the Archdiocese of Split-Makarska, it subsequently became an Archdiocese in 1034.

Wikipedia: Immaculate Conception Cathedral, Bar (EN)

5. Old Bar Fortress

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Old Bar Fortress

Bar or Old Bar is an old fortified town in the hinterland of today's town of Bar, which for centuries was its center, until the city moved lower, into a field towards the sea. Today it is abandoned and is in ruins.

Wikipedia: Стари Град Бар (SR)

6. Crkva svetog Nikole

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Church of st. St. Nicholas is an Orthodox temple in Stari Bar, Montenegro. It belongs to the Metropolitanate of Montenegro and the Coastal Serbian Orthodox Church. The Selimiya Mosque is located near the church.

Wikipedia: Pravoslavna crkva sv. Nikole u Starom Baru (HR)


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