Thanks to the uniqueness and unquestionable charm, Kotor increases its population during the summer as people from the whole world flock to this city nestled in the Bay of Kotor.
Historians claim it has existed for 2,000 years. Kotor or Katareo means the spring in a distinct karst area in the southernmost fjord in Europe.
Through the centuries, Kotor opened its doors to the Greeks, Illyrians, Romans, Goths. The influence of the rule of the Venetian Republic was felt, and Byzantium ruled, as did the Nemanjics. The turbulent history in which Kotor played a major role, continued in the following centuries, until after the First World War when Kotor finally became part of Montenegro.
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