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Mataguži

Матагужи
Town
Selo Mataguži,kod Podgorice,Crna Gora.jpg
Mataguži is located in Montenegro
Mataguži
Mataguži
Coordinates: 42°19′15″N 19°16′13″E / 42.32083°N 19.27028°E / 42.32083; 19.27028
Country Montenegro
Population
 (2003)
 • Total1,299
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)

Mataguži (pronounced [mâtaɡuʒi], Montenegrin and Serbian Cyrillic: Матагужи) is a small town in the Podgorica municipality, the capital of Montenegro. It is located in the Upper Zeta region, just north of the Skadar lake. According to the 2003 census, the town had a population of 1,299 people. It is named after the medieval Mataguzi that lived in the region and founded the original settlement.

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▲ M2 to Podgorica ↗ Novoselje → Gluhi Do → Bukovik ← Brčeli → Bukovik ▲ Sotonići ← Orahovo → Bar (through the toll tunnel) ▲ E80 ▲ Virpazar ↔ Rijeka Crnojevića, Ostros ~ Skadarsko Jezero ▲ Vranjina ▲ Željeznička stanica Zeta ▲ Bistrice → Bijelo Polje ▲ exit to Golubovci ▲ Golubovci ↔ Vukovci, Mataguži → Mojanovići ▲ E80 ← Groblje Mahala → Aerodrom Podgorica ↔ Ljajkovići, Rakića Kuće ▲ Podgorica ↔ M18 ▲ Vojislavljevića ▲ Vojislavljevića ▲ Zabjelo ▲ Kralja Nikole ▲ Bulevar Svetog Petra Cetinjskog ▲ Bulevar Jovana Tomaševića ↔ 13. Jula, Most Milenijum

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