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List of Montenegrins

This is a list of prominent people from Montenegro.

It includes individuals who ethnically declare or have declared themselves as Montenegrins or Serbs.

Several persons on the list fall outside of this ethnic group, largely on the basis of self-determination. The list includes a few that declare or have declared as either Bosniaks, Muslims by nationality, Croats, Albanians or Yugoslavs.

Additionally, among the above-mentioned ethnic groups there are individuals not necessarily born and raised in Montenegro, but who have either had parent(s) born in Montenegro or have themselves lived there for a significant portion of their life. Such individuals are included as well.

Contents

  • Artists 1
    • Writers 1.1
      • Poets 1.1.1
    • Historians 1.2
    • Painters 1.3
    • Sculptors 1.4
    • Musicians 1.5
    • Actors/actresses 1.6
    • Models 1.7
    • Performers 1.8
    • Violinists 1.9
    • Journalists 1.10
    • Chroniclers 1.11
  • Militarians 2
    • Admirals 2.1
    • Captains 2.2
    • Commanders 2.3
    • Generals 2.4
    • Majors 2.5
    • Seamen 2.6
    • Voivodes 2.7
  • Other 3
  • Politicians 4
    • Prime Ministers 4.1
    • Presidents 4.2
    • Other 4.3
    • Foreign figures of Montenegrin descent 4.4
  • Senators 5
  • Criminals 6
    • War Criminals 6.1
  • Rulers 7
    • Princes 7.1
    • Prince-Bishops (Vladikas) 7.2
    • Princesses 7.3
  • Historical Figures 8
    • Vojislavljević family 8.1
    • Balšić family 8.2
    • Crnojević family 8.3
    • Petrović family 8.4
    • Karađorđević family 8.5
    • Obrenović family 8.6
  • Saints 9
  • Sports 10
  • Religious figures 11
  • Scientists and mathematicians 12
  • References 13

Artists

Writers

Poets

Historians

Painters

Sculptors

Musicians

Actors/actresses

Models

Performers

Violinists

Journalists

Chroniclers

Militarians

Admirals

Captains

Commanders

Generals

Majors

Seamen

Voivodes

Other

Politicians

Prime Ministers

Presidents

Other

Foreign figures of Montenegrin descent

People with Montenegrin ancestry but high-ranked officials of other countries:

Senators

Criminals

War Criminals

Rulers

Princes

Prince-Bishops (Vladikas)

Princesses

Historical Figures

Vojislavljević family

Balšić family

Crnojević family

Petrović family

Karađorđević family

  • Karađorđe Petrović, Prince of Serbia, and his descendants, the Karađorđevići.
  • Aleksandar I, King of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes and King of Yugoslavia
  • Đorđe, Crown Prince of Serbia

Obrenović family

Saints

Sports

Religious figures

Scientists and mathematicians

References

  1. ^ Glumci Milena Dravić i Dragan Nikolić uzeli crnogorsko državljanstvo
  2. ^ Milena Dravić i Dragan Nikolić dobili crnogorsko državljanstvo
  3. ^ "Montenegro gives Thaksin a passport". Bangkok Post. May 13, 2009. 
  4. ^ Roćen brani Tajland od Šinavatre
  5. ^ Montenegro says has given Thaksin citizenship
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