Roman town Doclea is the most significant ancient locality in Montenegro. It is 4 km far away from Podgorica, up the river Moraca. It was situated on the wide flat plateau between the rivers Zeta, Moraca and Siralija Creek.
The strategic position was the main reason why the town was built at this specific place. The space bordered by three river basins was unapproachable during almost the whole year because high water level, and protected by upright cliffs and very easy to defend. Although it was defended by nature and protected by rivers, it was fortified by mighty walls, towers and bastions which surrounded plateau on which the town was situated.
- Collection of works NEW ANCIENT DOCLEA
- Collection of works NEW ANCIENT DOCLEA II
- Collection of works NEW ANCIENT DOCLEA III
- Collection of works NEW ANCIENT DOCLEA IV
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