Have you ever considered going to Montenegro to meet stunning Montenegrin women? If so, before getting any further, it may be practical to assess the most common characteristics of Montenegrin women to ensure they are the right choice for your dating efforts. Montenegro is located in Southeastern Europe and is part of the Balkans region. The Adriatic sea borders Montenegro, and land borders to the country include Kosovo, Albania, Croatia, Serbia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. One notable trait of Montenegro’s land mass is that the capital city of Podgorica covers over 10% of the entire land mass in Montenegro; the whole Montenegrin territory is just over 13,800 square kilometers. This equates to a population density of around 45 people per square kilometer. The total population of Montenegrin women and men falls to around 620,000, making it one of the least populated countries. So, if you’re looking for somewhere to settle that’s not likely to be heavily bustling, Montenegro might be a good option. However, almost one-third of the country’s population lives in the capital city, which is much more densely populated.
Settlement in Montenegro has been recorded for over a millennium, with countless civilizations calling Montenegro home. The earliest known Montenegrin settlement was the principality of Duklja in 625AD, which lasted for over four hundred years until the Kingdom of Duklja was founded in 1077AD. The country then remained relatively stable until the 19th century; however, a principality was proclaimed in 1852, shortly followed by independence in 1878. The country unified with Serbia in 1918 before becoming a socialist republic in 1945 and finally achieved complete independence in 2006. Now, the country follows a Unitary parliamentary republic, with Milo Dukanovic as president, Dritan Abazovic as prime minister, and Danijela Durovic as the speaker. The country follows the Skupstina legislature. Considering the country’s low GDP of around $12 billion, it is one of the world’s poorest nations; despite this, the quality of life in Montenegro is considered very high on the HDI (human development index) at 0.829. The per-capita GDP is around $19,000.
The country’s highly variable recent history means that many nationalities live in Montenegro today. At the same time, Montenegrin women and men are the most common. Over one-quarter of the population is Serbian. In addition, 8.6% are Bosniaks, 4.9% are Albanians, and around 9% of the population holds another nationality. In general, living in Montenegro is somewhat different than living in countries like Denmark, Sweden, and Germany. When meeting Montenegrin women, you should prepare them to have features from many ethnicities. That said, most Montenegrin women have tanned skin, relatively dark hair (often brunette or muddy blonde hair), and dark eyes. You may notice that many Montenegrin women will also go a long way to achieve these features with makeup. As such, it’s common for Montenegrin women to work hard to look their best for their partner, and you may notice that she’ll spend a lot of time on her appearance. Still, honesty is one of the essential traits for Montenegrin women, so this is important to consider carefully.