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The Day of Proclamation of the Kingdom of Montenegro; Cetinje, August 28, 1910
THE MAGNUM OPUS OF SERB LITERATURE
THE SERB EMPIRE AND MONTENEGRO'S PRETENSION ON ITS HERITAGE
SERB PATRIOTISM OF SUPPORTERS OF THE DETHRONED DYNASTY PETROVIC NJEGOS
Prince Mirko Petrovic Njegos and his wife Natalija (b. Konstantinovic), relative of the Serbian dynasty of the Obrenovics, on postcard issued in Montenegro in 1902. Pair is framed with Serb tricolored ribbons, there are two Serb flags of Montenegro and Serbia, and Montenegrin and Serbian coat of arms' above which is the crown of the Petrovic Njegos dynasty. Historians maintain this postcard symbolized pretension of the Petrovic Njegos dynasty to the throne of Serbia.
Metropolitan of Pec Gavrilo (later Serb Patriarch) walks into the Serb Patriarchate of Pec in Metohija (acceded to Montenegro after The First Balkan War); December 5, 1913
Serb Patriarch Arsenije III Crnojevic (c. 1633-1706, born in Cetinje, Montenegro), from the brotherhood to which also belonged family that ruled Zeta (Montenegro) in the second half of XV century. First abbot of the Patriarchate of Pec monastery then Metropolitan of Pec and from 1672 Serb Patriarch. In 1689 he joined Austria's war against Turkey but after defeat, fearing Turkish reprisals, he was forced to move as many as 36,000 Serb families to Austrian-ruled Pannonia, north of Sava and Danube rivers. In 1690 Austrian Emperor issued him The Privilege in which Serbian Orthodox Church received autonomy and by it full privileged status of the Serbs in Austrian Empire.
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