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Stefan University Press, Dec 8, 2008 - History

The Mountain Wreath is the anathema upon the Ottomanization of some small areas of Montenegro. Njegosh dedicates the Mountain Wreath to the dust of the Father of Serbia, Karageorge Petrovich. The Mountain Wreath is the epic about the glory of the Cross of the Serbs in Montenegro.   In the 19th century, Alfred Lord Tennyson, (1809—1892), referred to Montenegrins as the mighty race of the mountaineers—the defenders of Christian faith.

Njegosh, our great and beloved Prince-Bishop of Montenegro was a wise judge of his time, but Time itself is the ultimate judge. Today there are some small areas in Montenegro populated by the Slavic Muslims who love their Montenegro and build it in a brotherly unity together with other Montenegrins.


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Petar II Petrovich Njegosh,
(1813—1851); The Prince-Bishop of Montenegro

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