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What is the religious makeup of Montenegro?
According to the 2011 Census structure of Montenegrin population by religion consists of 72.00% of Orthodox, 15.97% of Islamic, 3.43% of Catholics, 3.14% of Muslim religion and others (agnostics, adventists, protestants, etc.). Declared atheists are 1.14%.
What is the percentage of Muslims in Montenegro?
Muslims form the largest minority religion in the country. Montenegro’s 118,477 Muslims make up 19.11% of the total population.
Is Montenegro an Islamic country?
Islam in Montenegro refers to adherents, communities and religious institutions of Islam in Montenegro. It is the second largest religion in the country, after Christianity. According to the 2011 census, Montenegro’s 118,477 Muslims make up 20% of the total population.
Is Montenegro a poor country?
Montenegro is a small mountainous country located in Southeast Europe off the coast of the Adriatic Sea. The country has a relatively small and open economy, which is reliant on energy-intensive industries. Poverty in Montenegro averages at around 8.6 percent with 33 percent in economically vulnerable situations.
Is Montenegro safe?
Montenegro is generally a safe country. There is, like all countries in the world, a number of criminal activities, but police forces are generally fast in their duties. The number is 122, as well as the international distress call 112. Organized crime is regarded as being widespread, but doesn’t target tourists.
Do they speak English in Montenegro?
English is not a widely spoken Montenegro language. They probably have their hands full juggling all those Balkan languages of which we spoke earlier. That said, however, you will find locals who do speak English in tourist centres.
Is Montenegro expensive to visit?
Montenegro is an extremely affordable country to visit! If you’re travelling on a budget then you can rent an Airbnb for very little and if you eat at local restaurants you won’t spend a lot on food. If you’re travelling on a bigger budget then you can have a luxury holiday for a fraction of the cost.
What is the main religion in Albania?
The most common religion in Albania is Islam (mainly Sunni, with a Bektashi minority), the second-most-common religion is Christianity (mainly Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant), however there are also many irreligious people.