Citadel in Ulcinj and the old town of Herceg Novi are one of the richest cultural heritage monuments in Montenegro.
After the cultural heritage workshops successively held in 2013, 2014 and 2015 in Ulcinj, the Foundation made a preliminary study of the conservation and valorization of Ulcinj Citadel, in collaboration with French architects, headed by the chief architect for historical monuments and the President of ICOMOS in France, Mr. Benjamin Mouton.
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On the occasion of the United Nations Conference COP 21 in Paris, the Foundation Petrović Njegoš, the Embassy of France in Montenegro and the University Mediterranean organized COP 21 Conference Montenegro-Paris held on 11 December 2015 in Podgorica.
The special guest of the Conference was Mr Sébastien Balibar, a member of the French Academy of Sciences and author of the book: Climate: a closer look to take action.
Speech of Prince Nicolas Petrovitch Njegosh, president of the Foundation launched at the Conference
to each of you I offer a cordial greeting.
Please excuse me if I’m not following protocol, but in the face of the issues we are raising today there is neither Prince nor President, neither deans nor students, neither the rich nor the poor, neither the young nor the old…. There are only human beings faced with the threat … Read More »
Again this year, the Foundation will participate in the traditional New Year’s Bazaar organized by the International Women’s Club Montenegro. The Bazaar will take place on Saturday, 5 December in the hall of the Delta City Shopping Mall from 10 am to 6 pm.
The 17th International Biennial of Graphics was opened on 21 November 2015 in Sarcelles, nearby Paris.
The exhibition named “Nature: 34 wonders of the world” was opened on 8 September, in the premises of the Foundation, at the Krusevac Palace, and in two months it attracted a total of je 2,505 visitors.