Explore City Walls and the environment of Kotor

Obala bb, Old town, 85330 Kotor
September 30th, 2017 - September 30th, 2017

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When a town is over two thousand years old like Kotor is, there are plenty of stories to tell. And what better way to explore it than with a walking tour? In every stone of its timeworn walls, on every fresco painting and every hidden alley, you’ll relive its glorious past. The old town centre is still really well preserved and the criss-crossed narrow streets and squares have monuments at every corner. Kotor is one of the few towns in this part of the world who have preserved medieval fortifications. The chunky walls surrounding the old town are impressive to say the least - at some places they reach 20 metres in height and 16 metres in thickness. The Public Institution Cultural Centre Nikola Djurkovic Kotor / Public Library in cooperation with the High School and the Mountaineering Club Squirrel from Kotor will organize an educational walking tour "Kotor – Krstac" on 30th September. The tour is intended for a specified number of high school students, during which, with the help of history teachers, they will prepare short presentations and introduce participants to the history of the cultural properties they are going to visit: the Montenegrin Market, the Church of Blessed Mary of the River, the City Walls and St John's Fortress, the Church of Our Lady of Good Remedy, St George's Church in Spiljari… The goal of this event is to popularize the cultural heritage of both Boka Bay and Montenegro.

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