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(A) As part of Yugoslavia
(B) Titograd is now called Podgorica
Most of today's Montenegro was occupied by Italy between 1941 and 1943 (Italian Governorate of Montenegro).
Following the Italian surrender in September 1943, the territory of Montenegro was occupied by German forces which withdrew in December 1944.
Location South East Europe Capital Podgorica Main Religion Christianity (orthodoxy) National Language Serbian History In 2003, Yugoslavia was reconstituted as "Serbia and Montenegro" and the country was a confederal parliamentary democratic republic with two constituent states: the Republic of Serbia (Republika Srbije) and the Republic of Montenegro (Republika Crna Gora).
Montenegro voted for independence from Serbia in May 2006.
International Oval MNE ISO Code ME
(1) Picture by Thomas Rösner
(2) Picture by Pieter Beelen
(3) Picture by Dirk Elbers
(4) Picture by Victor Brumby