The remainder of his youth was lived in Cetinje, the ancestral capital of Montenegro.
There is not much for the tourist to see in Cetinje; a day is quite sufficient to do the sights, such as they are.
In 1869 the Russian Empress caused a girls' college to be opened at Cetinje.
From this altitude it steadily drops into Cetinje, which lies about two thousand feet above the sea-level.
He and three others reached Cetinje one day in August 1920 when I was there.
When General Gajnić received this he marched all night with his brigade and reached Cetinje in the morning.
The complaints as registered in Cetinje were many, and on the whole justified.
Twenty years ago Cetinje was a collection of thatched hovels.
Cetinje is the capital; Antivari and Dulcigno, the Adriatic ports.
A senate, composed of the different ministers, exists in Cetinje, but all powers are jealously held by the Prince.