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Jan 17, 2024 09:32 EEST
January 17 (SeeNews) - Montenegro’s southern municipality of Cetinje gave its consent for the extension of the gondola lift from the Lovcen national park to Cetinje.
The project, spanning a total length of 10,780 metres, would involve the construction of an intermediate station at Ivanovo Korito in Lovcen and the final station in the former royal capital of Cetinje, the local government said in a press release on Tuesday.
Cetinje authorities will begin the preparation of technical documentation for the project including a feasibility study and cost-benefit analysis.
The cable car currently connects the Adriatic coastal town of Kotor to the Lovcen national park. It was opened on August 14.
“The extension of this gondola will be a unique project both because of its length and because it is a gondola that will connect two historically very important cities in the country - Cetinje and Kotor. It will be an outstanding tourist attraction,” Montenegro's president Jakov Milatovic at the Senate of Cetinje.
The Senate is presided over by the Montenegrin president, and performs a number of tasks including adopting the annual capital development program of Cetinje and giving proposals to state and local authorities on issues related to the economic and cultural development of the city.
Montenegro's government signed a contract worth 20 million euro ($21.7 million) for the construction of the Kotor-Lovcen section with a consortium comprising local company Novi Volvox and Italy’s Leitner in December 2021.
$ = 0.9200 euro
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