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  • See Podgorica.

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  • proper n. A former name of Podgorica (used between 1946 and 1992).


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From Serbo-Croatian Titograd.


  • Quite possibly the most unattractive spot in the country, Podgorica, formerly known as Titograd, offers little interest to the sight-seeking traveler.


  • “So we decided to come to Podgorica — which I shall probably learn to call Titograd if we stay in this country — first to try to find my old friend, and second to see what it is like here.

    The Black Mountain

  • “After all, you merely wish to be driven to Titograd, which is natural and proper.

    The Black Mountain

  • It was my third time in Podgorica (formerly known as Titograd), but the first time that I was there in charge of my own agenda, as it were (my first visit in January 2002 was organised by the government, and my second in July 2006 by my field staff, back in the days when I had field staff).

    Podgorica and Tirana

  • At a rally on Saturday in the main square of Titograd, the capital of the republic of Montenegro, the protesters demonstrated against what they called persecution by ethnic Albanians in Kosovo.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • The flora and vegetation of Barno jezero, Durmitor, Montenegro, Glasilo Republ. zavoda za zast. prirode - Prirodnjackog muzeja Titograd, No. 5, Titograd, 1972.

    Durmitor National Park, Montenegro

  • Josip Pasic and I came back to Titograd; and that night he went to the coast and crossed to Bari, to send word to New York about Carla.

    The Black Mountain

  • The road was level most of the way to Titograd, across the valley and up the Moracha River, but it took us more than an hour to cover the twenty-three kilometers — fourteen miles to you — chiefly on account of mud.

    The Black Mountain

  • If you regard yourself as sufficiently mature to ignore what I think, we can discuss the matter later in private, but I hereby instruct you to drive Mr. Stara and his son to Titograd.

    The Black Mountain

  • The glass in the high narrow windows had apparently last been washed the day the name had been changed from Podgorica to Titograd, four years ago.

    The Black Mountain


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