North Montenegrin Mountains

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North Montenegrin Mountains

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Flag of the owner  Coat of Arms of North Montenegrin Mountains
Map of the region
Society
Original owner Flag-Montenegro.jpg Montenegro
Capital Pljevlja
Residents 44
Visitors 68
Language English, Montenegrin
Moving zone B3
Productivity
Resources Icon - Fruits.png Icon - Cattle.png
Icon - Clay.png Icon - Wood.png

Last update: October 17, 2018

North Montenegrin Mountains is a region in New Zealand and its capital is Pljevlja. Its original owner is Montenegro.

History

North Montenegrin Mountains was taken by Croatia on the 2nd January 2011. It was liberated and returned to Montenegro in the weeks to follow.

Months later the region was once again conquered by Croatia during World War V. It was the last of the country's regions to fall, but on April 24, 2011 the country of Montenegro was wiped from the map.

Also, this region was invaded several times by Albania.

Economy

The region North Montenegrin Mountains' main resource was Icon - Iron.png Iron in the past, but today the region is rich with several different resources.

Neighbouring Regions

North Montenegrin Mountains is neighbored by following regions: