Welcome to Bijelo Polje
Montenegro’s fourth-largest city, Bijelo Polje (Бијело Поље; pronounced ‘bi-ye-lo po-lye’) was once part of the evocatively named Sandžak of Novi Pazar, the Ottoman-controlled region that separated Montenegro from Serbia until 1912. Today almost 54% of the town’s population identify as Orthodox and 45% as Muslim, with mosque minarets and church bell towers sprouting in nearly equal profusion. It’s one of the most diverse cities of Montenegro.
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