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World War I marked the end of dynamic development for Podgorica, which by then was the largest city in the newly proclaimed Kingdom of Montenegro.
On 10 August , nine military personnel and 13 civilians were killed in Podgorica from an aerial bombardment by Austro-Hungarian Aviation Troops.
After the liberation by the Allies in , the controversial Podgorica Assembly marked the end of Montenegrin statehood, as Montenegro was merged with the Kingdom of Serbia and incorporated into the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes.
The population of urban Podgorica during this interwar period was approximately 14, During the interwar period — , Podgorica had public bathrooms as most residents did not have their own.
Podgorica was bombed over 80 times throughout the course of the war. On 5 May , Podgorica was bombed by the USAAF in an attack against Axis forces, although the bombardment that day killed approximately civilians.
According to the Belgrade Museum of Genocide Victims, a total of 1, people were killed in Podgorica over the course of the war.
We will build her altogether because it's our responsibility because that's what's required of us by the sacrifices which Podgorica gave!
We will do it, that's what I promise you in the name of the Federal government. In addition to the new name, Titograd saw the establishment of new factories.
On 15 April , the city suffered damage by a 6. Titograd was the site of massive protests during Yugoslavia's anti-bureaucratic revolution.
On 10 January , over 10, people protested in the city. As Yugoslavia began to break up , Titograd was renamed to Podgorica after a referendum on 2 April Following the results of the independence referendum in May , Podgorica became the official capital of an independent state.
On 13 October , at least 10, people protested Kosovo's declaration of independence. After a demonstration of at least 5, to 8, people,  the police used tear gas to disperse demonstrators from the parliament.
Podgorica is located in central Montenegro. The area is crossed with rivers and the city itself is only 15 kilometres 9. The richness in bodies of water is a major feature of the city.
The only exceptions are hills which overlook the city. The most significant is The other hills include Malo brdo "little hill", Under the Köppen climate classification , Podgorica has a humid subtropical climate Cfa instead of Csa , since there is only one summer month with less than 40 millimeters 1.
The number of rainy days is about , and those with a strong wind around An occasional strong northerly wind influences the climate in the winter, with a wind chill effect lowering the perceived temperature by a few degrees.
Maximum temperature was recorded on 24 August , at As part of the Ottoman Empire until , Podgorica has some examples of Ottoman architecture. When the city was incorporated to Montenegro, the urban core shifted to the other bank of the Ribnica River , where the town developed in a more European style: wider streets with an orthogonal layout.
Mass residential blocks were erected, with basic design typical of Eastern bloc countries. The main contemporary traffic arteries were laid out during this period, which extended the orthogonal street layout of the city center, to the south and west.
Residential and infrastructural developments in the SFRY era have mostly shaped the layout of today's Podgorica and accommodated the unprecedented population growth that followed World War II.
Roman Square and Cathedral of Podgorica. St Peter of Cetinje Boulevard. A major advance in Podgorica architecture began in the late s and, since then, the face of the city has changed rapidly.
Residential and business construction are proceeding rapidly, incorporating contemporary glass-and-steel architectural trends.
In an effort to create a recognizable and modern state capital, city officials are routing significant investments in the city's public spaces.
Thus, the city has gained entirely new squares and some monuments. New landmarks include the Hristovog Vaskrsenja orthodox temple and the Millennium Bridge , the main feature of the Podgorica skyline.
Podgorica is home to many Montenegrin cultural institutions and events. It hosts the Montenegrin National Theatre and a number of museums and galleries.
The Montenegrin National Theatre is the most significant theatre not only in Podgorica but in all of Montenegro. Although not as rich in museums and galleries as the historic royal capital Cetinje , there are several noteworthy museums:.
Since , it has been part of the Modern Arts Centre Centar savremenih umjetnosti and houses approximately 1, works of art.
The historic Cinema of Culture Kino Kultura , which was founded in , was closed in November due to continuous financial losses it generated. It was the only cinema in the city for 6 decades.
The building of the former cinema will be converted to host the Podgorica City Theatre. Shortly after its closure, a Ster-Kinekor later acquired by Cineplexx 6-screen multiplex cinema opened at Delta City shopping mall.
Podgorica is the media hub of Montenegro. It is home to the headquarters of the state-owned public television broadcaster RTCG.
It was announced that the city's local television will be launched soon. The most popular sports by far are football and basketball.
Other clubs from Podgorica and its surroundings play in the Montenegrin First League e. Its name means Future.
Podgorica has a number of sporting venues; some are under reconstruction and expansion. Squad of OFK Titograd. Sergej Joksimovic. Stefan Spasojevic.
Abdel Osmanovic. Igor Basic. Ermin Alic. Amir Muzurovic. Ivan Novovic. Bojan Roganovic. Marko Roganovic. Milos Brnovic. Jovan Babovic. Ognjen Pelicic.
Milos Kalezic. Petar Vukcevic. Zarko Popovic. Mendy Mamadou. Ognjen Gasevic. Alden Skrijelj. Marko Mrvaljevic. Detailed squad. Top arrivals.
Top departures. Zakon je bil retroaktivno aktiviran tako, da je sprememba imena veljala za vse zapise od Na koncu se je Titograd uporabljal nad Titovgradom.
Poleg novega imena je Titograd videl ustanovitev novih tovarn. V zelo spolitiziranem izbirnem postopku je bil na koncu izbran Titograd in Kombinat je bil zgrajen leta V demonstracijah z najmanj do ljudmi  , je policija uporabila solzivec za razganjanje demonstrantov iz parlamenta.
Kot del Osmanskega cesarstva do leta ima Podgorica nekaj primerov osmanske arhitekture. Tako je mesto pridobilo povsem nove trge in nekaj spomenikov.
Iz Wikipedije, proste enciklopedije. That was their last biggest successes under the name OFK Titograd. In , the name of the team was changed and FK Mladost started to play in the football system of the newly formed FR Yugoslavia.
At the same time, the team won 12 titles of the Montenegrin Republic League winner, which is the best score of any team in that competition.
Following the independence of Montenegro , Montenegro's best clubs joined the newly formed Montenegrin First League. Mladost played two consecutive seasons in the First League, but relegated to the Second League at summer A new come-back to top-tier competition Mladost made at season Since then, FK Mladost played more important role in Montenegrin football.
First greatest result, Mladost made at season —13 , when they gained historical first promotion to UEFA European competitions.
Next season , Mladost again participated in the Cup finals, but this time won the trophy, after extra-time win against Petrovac 2—1.
That was the first national trophy in the history of the club. In the First round, Mladost made a big surprise, eliminating Neftchi Baku 1—1; 2—2.
The most significant result in the club's history, Mladost made at —16 Montenegrin First League. In summer , Mladost played their first season in the UEFA Champions League , but were eliminated in the beginning of qualifiers, against Ludogorets Razgrad 0—3; 0—2.
Third national trophy in teams' history, Mladost won in the —18 Montenegrin Cup.