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Vranjina
Native name:
Врањина
Montenegro Vranjina 1.jpg
Geography
LocationLake Skadar
Coordinates42°16′26″N 19°08′10″E / 42.274°N 19.136°E / 42.274; 19.136
Length1 km (0.6 mi)
Width2 km (1.2 mi)
Highest elevation330 m (1,080 ft)
Administration
Demographics
Population209 (2011)

Vranjina (Montenegrin and Serbian Cyrillic: Врањина) is a settlement, an island, and a hill in Skadar Lake, in the Montenegrin municipality of Podgorica. Until the first half of the 18th century Vranjina, like other islands of Skadar lake, was one of the hills in the Zeta–Skadar lowlands.[1]

About the island

Vranjina, view from Žabljak Crnojevića
Vranjina, view from Žabljak Crnojevića

Created by a delta of the Morača River, the island is in the northern part of the lake. It has an area of 4.6 km2 and its highest point is at 296 meters, making it the highest island in Montenegro. The island is connected to the mainland by a bridge, towards Podgorica, and a causeway, across the lake towards Bar.

Vranjina Monastery is a well-known feature of the island. According to the legend, the island had different name before the monastery has been built. When Ilarion Šišojević, the first metropolitan bishop of the Zetan Orthodox Metropolitanate, started the construction of the monastery he decided that the island will be named against the first bird he would notice. It was a crow (Serbian: Врана).[2]

Vranjina town, on the shores of the Skadar lake, is called the Montenegrin Venice because of its natural setting. It is a popular fishing spot. Several fish restaurants located on the island include Plantaže restaurant.

Notable local landmarks include the so-called "house of Oso Kuka", named after an Ottoman border guard of Albanian descent who died on the island in a fight against Montenegrin forces in 1862.

Demographics

Ethnicity in 2011
Ethnicity Number Percentage
Montenegrins 159 76.1%
Serbs 46 22%
undeclared 14 6.7%
Total 209 100%
Language in 2011
Language Number Percentage
Montenegrin 115 55%
Serbian 93 44.5%
undeclared 1 0.5%
Total 209 100%

References

  1. ^ Ratko Đurović (1969). Crnom Gorom. "Binoza," Grafički zavod Hrvatske. p. 125. Retrieved 27 July 2013. Ona predstavljaju uzvišenja u nekadašnjoj Zetsko-skadarskoj površi. Vranjina je, na primjer, postala ostrvo u prvoj polovini XIII vijeka, dok je prije toga bila dio kopna, kao i druga ostrva Skadarskog jezera.
  2. ^ Glasnik Srpskoga učenog društva ... 1870. p. 167. Retrieved 22 June 2013.

External links

  • Media related to Vranjina at Wikimedia Commons
This page was last edited on 17 May 2020, at 20:10
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