High school students from Kolasin grow vegetables in the school restaurant! Within the school are 100 square meters of plastic.
Miomir Vukajlovic from Kolasin asked son Saša what he would do for the 18th birthday. He suggested buying a used car up to 3,000 euros.
Town is unique in the region by preserving World War II memories. The government changed, but no one has touched the features of the National Liberation War.
The Turkish fortress around the town is in a poor condition. In front of this fortress, the Turks surrendered Kolašin.
If you go out of Kolasin and do not try a bait, it's like you were not there either. Kačamak is a dish characteristic for some Balkan areas, but is most distinctive for Montenegro.
Kolasin is a mountain town, situated in the northern part of Montenegro with approximately 10 000 inhabitants. The unspoiled nature and a very good traffic connections to other parts of Montenegro make this small town the most attractive mountain destination in Montenegro. Kolasin is 65 km far away from Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro.