Just the Pictures (Montenegro) Street in the old town of Kotor (next to the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon). The Cathedral of Saint Tryphon (named after Saint Tryphon of Campsada, the protector saint of Kotor). Reliquary in the shape of a bust. Reliquary in the shape of an arm. A different painting of the Crucifixion, with the sun and moon, a saint (possibly St. Francis of Assisi) with the Stigmata, and another saint with the Stigmata and Crown of Thorns on her (possibly St. Catherine of Siena). View of the buildings next to the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon (seen from the cathedral’s second level). Another view from the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon. Inside the Cathedral of Saint Tryphon. Another street in the old town of Kotor. Montenegrin female folk costume from Boka Kotorska region (19th-century AD) – found in the Maritime Museum. Book of the Kotor’s town council meeting (1714-1718 AD). ‘Naval Battle of Captain Marko Ivanovic Off Patras’ by Vincenzo Chilone (1823 AD). View of Kotor from the Maritime Museum. Church of St. Mary – a Roman Catholic Church that was built in 1221 AD. Side view of the Church of St. Mary. The Church of St. Mary seen from the city wall north of Kotor. Tables and seats at the the Kampana Tower and Citadel of Kotor. The Church of St. Nicholas, which was built in 1909 AD in the Serbian-Byzantine style. The iconostasis inside the Church of St. Nicholas. St. Luke’s Church, which was built in 1195 AD. Yet another street in the old town of Kotor. Looking up at a building in Kotor. The Clock Tower in Kotor. The Cathedral of Saint Tryphon with the restaurant I ate at in view. The village of Perast, on the Bay of Kotor. The islets of St. George and Our Lady of the Rocks (seen from Perast). View of the Bay of Kotor. View of Lake Slano (an artificial lake) and Lake Krupac (a natural one). The Tara River Gorge (the second deepest canyon in the world). The Đurđevića Tara Bridge (a concrete arch bridge built in 1940 AD) over the Tara River Gorge. Another view of the Đurđevića Tara Bridge. Another view of the Tara River Gorge. Black Lake (“Crno Jezero”) in Durmitor National Park. Bridge on the trail around Black Lake. The trail that circles Black Lake. Trail through the woods in Durmitor National Park. Trail through fresh green trees. Waterfall flowing down in to Black lake. Upside down view of Black Lake. The Montenegrin countryside. Rural homes dotting the Montenegrin landscape. Bedem Fortress next to the town of Niksic. Flowers on the highway. The Bay of Kotor seen during sunset. Bottle of Montenegrin red wine made from Vranac grapes. Kanli Kula Fortress in Herceg Novi (the name means “Bloody Tower”). View of the Bay of Kotor, seen from Kanli Kula Fortress. The amphitheater in Kanli Kula Fortress. The old town of Herceg Novi, seen from Kanli Kula Fortress. The wall of Spanjola Fortress, built in the 16th-century AD. Ruins inside Spanjola Fortress. More ruins inside Spanjola Fortress. The Church of St. Archangel Michael in Belavista Square. The Clock Tower above the old town gate. Another view of the Clock Tower and old town gate in Herceg Novi. Bougainvillea seen in Herceg Novi. Forte Mare in Herceg Novi. Great Temple of the Assumption (built between 1777 and 1799 AD) in Savina Monastery. Looking at the iconostasis inside the Great Temple of the Assumption. The Great Temple of the Assumption in Savina Monastery with tombstones in the foreground. A monument to those killed during World War II (found in Herceg Novi). The South Gate (the “Gurdić Gate”) of Kotor. A Montenegrin dry white wine made from Krstač grapes (an ancient variety of grape that is indigenous to Serbia and Montenegro). The old town of Kotor, seen from the trail that leads to the fortress on the Hill of St. john. Part of the trail leading up to the fortress. The Bay of Kotor with the Church of Our Lady of the Health (on the right). Trail through the ruins along the wall, leading up to the Castle of St. John. Ruins and the eastern wall with the Bay of Kotor in the background. The eastern wall and the Bay of Kotor. The Castle of St. John. Ruins inside the castle. More ruins in the castle. Another view of Kotor, seen from the Castle of St. John. Steps in the Castle of St. John. Looking down at the steps on the eastern wall. The old town of Kotor. Mountains on the east side of the Bay of Kotor. Small church in the ruins of the village of Spiljari. Another view of the small church in Spiljari. The ruins of the village of Spiljari. The old pedestrian trail that leads from Kotor to the interior of Montenegro. View of the Bay of Kotor from the old pedestrian trail. Looking up at the mountains from the trail. The Bay of Kotor with part of the eastern wall of Kotor in view (on the left). The eastern wall on the Hill of St. John. The North Gate in the city walls of the old town of Kotor. A black cat climbing up a grapevine. Street in the old town of Kotor. Bottle of Montenegrin Rosé.