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Sutomore

Сутоморе
Town
Beach in Sutomore at winter
Beach in Sutomore at winter
Sutomore is located in Montenegro
Sutomore
Sutomore
Coordinates: 42°08′34″N 19°02′48″E / 42.14278°N 19.04667°E / 42.14278; 19.04667
Country Montenegro
MunicipalityBar Municipality
Population
 (2011)
 • Total2,004
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Area code(s)030
Vehicle registrationBR
Beach in Sutomore
Beach in Sutomore
Town seen from one of the beaches
Town seen from one of the beaches

Sutomore (pronounced [sûtɔmɔːrɛ]) (Montenegrin Cyrillic: Сутоморе; Venetian: Spizza) is a small coastal town in Bar Municipality, Montenegro. A 2011 census put the population at 2,004.

History

Sutomore was called Spizza in Venetian, when it was under the Republic of Venice from 1420 to 1797 and belonged to the Albania Veneta, except for short-lived Ottoman occupations. When in the late 16th century jurisdiction of the Benedictine monastery Ratac collapses the Orthodox rite began to strengthen in the area of Catholic parishes Spič (Sutomore), Sozina and Kastel Lastva which were under jurisdiction of this monastery. The Orthodox clergy and the Orthodox believers at the same time began to use Catholic Churches of that area for their rites.[1]

In the 19th century it became the part of the Habsburg Empire and later the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The name of the city was Spitza during that time and it was the most southern settlement of the Empire. The Austrian census of 1910 reports that there were Venetian speaking families in Spizza in the twentieth century.

Overview

Sutomore is a tourism oriented community. It is a popular destination and a weekend resort, catering to tourists from Montenegro and the surrounding region. It is popular for its 2 km (1 mi) long sandy beach and vibrant nightlife.[2]

Sutomore is located on the Adriatic Highway (E65/E80), and is connected to Podgorica and inland Montenegro via Sozina tunnel. It is also a stop on the Belgrade–Bar railway. The ease of access, coupled with its beach, has made Sutomore very popular budget destination. However, the sheer number of tourists, combined with informal and spontaneous building boom and lack of urban planning, have contributed to chronic traffic problems. As transit traffic from inland Montenegro to Bar goes straight through the town, traffic jams and crowded streets are a commonplace during the summer months.

Sutomore is especially popular with the younger crowd from Serbia and rest of Montenegro, as its beach promenade is lined with numerous bars, cafes, fast food restaurants and nightclubs, while it is more affordable than the 'upscale' resort of Budva.

Population

According to the 2011 census, Sutomore has 2,004 inhabitants. Nearby suburbs of Brca (263), Miljevci (340), Papani (175), Zagrađe (364), Zgrade (512) and Zankovići (305) have been listed as separate towns by Montenegrin Statistical Bureau, so the population of Sutomore urban area has close to 4,000 inhabitants.[3]

References

  1. ^ Ivan Jovović, 2013, Dvooltarske crkve na crnogorskom primorju, {Kada je krajem XVI vijeka propala Ratačka opatija to je imalo za posljedicu jačanje pravoslavnog obreda na području onih katoličkih župa (Spič, Sozina i Kastel Lastva) koje su bile pod jurisdikcijom ovog drevnog benediktinskog samostana. Došlo je do povećanja broja pravoslavnog klera i vjernika, koji usljed nedostatka sakralnog prostora počinju da se koriste već postojećim katoličkim crkvama, "When the Ratac Abbey collapsed at the end of the sixteenth century, this resulted in the strengthening of the Orthodox rite in the area of Catholic parishes (Spic, Sozina and Kastel Lastva) that were under jurisdiction of this ancient Benedictine monastery. There has been an increase in the number of Orthodox clergy and believers who, due to lack of sacral space, are beginning to use the already existing Catholic churches"} https://www.maticacrnogorska.me/files/53/06%20ivan%20jovovic.pdf #page=77-78
  2. ^ Sutomore, Visit Montenegro
  3. ^ Moststat, zvanični rezultati popisa, 2011
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