Filip Karađorđević visited the Cetinje Monastery and the graves of Ivan Crnojević and King Nikola

"I am aware of the importance and historical ties of my family and Cetinje. For this reason, every visit to Cetinje means a lot to me and evokes special emotions," said Filip Karađorđević.

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Photo: Private archive
Photo: Private archive
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Prince Filip Karađorđević of Serbia and Yugoslavia is on a private visit to Montenegro.

Filip Karađorđević visited the Cetinje Monastery, where he was welcomed by Metropolitan Joanikije of Montenegro and the Littoral.

"I am aware of the importance and historical ties between my family and Cetinje. For this reason, every visit to Cetinje means a lot to me and evokes special emotions," said Filip Karađorđević.

Filip Karadjordjevic
photo: Private archive

He also said that he has special memories of the Cetinje Monastery.

"One of the three famous Christian relics, the hand of St. John the Baptist, which is kept in this monastery, was brought by my grandfather, King Peter II," said Filip.

Filip Karadjordjevic
photo: Private archive

After visiting the Cetinje Monastery, he visited the Palace Church on Ćipur, where Ivan Crnojević, King Nikola I Petrović and Queen Milena are buried.

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