While on holiday in Montenegro, be sure not to miss the antique Dolcea located on the spacious terrace between rivers Morača, Zeta and Širalij. It dates back to I century BC.
The edifices that dominate the area were of mainly public character: arches of triumph, three temples dedicated to goddesses of Rome and Diana, Roman bath – termae, and a monumental palace. Termae had gyms, dressing rooms, hot and cold water halls, a library and restrooms. Opposite termae, on the north side of the city, the main city square – forum with a basilica.
The village of Medun is situated 12 kilometers northeast of Podgorica, in the region of Kuči.
It is famous for the complex of monuments belonging to the Illyrian town of Meteon, the church of St Nicola and the home of Marko Miljanov.
Meteon was one of the centers of the Labeati tribe which ruled Skadarsko lake area. The church of St Nicola is located above the birth house of Duke Marko Miljanov Popović, a poet and a statesman, one of the most significant personages of 19th century in Montenegro.