The Bay of Kotor (Boka Kotorska) is about 28 kilometres long and surrounded by the Orjen Range to the north-west, Kason (873 m) to the north-east and the Lovcen Range (1'749 m) to the south-east.
Yugoslavia 1951, Bay of Kotor.
It seems to be an areal view from above Perast towards the main summit of Mt. Lovcen.
Yugoslavia 1962, Bay of Kotor.
Yugoslavia 1967, Tryphons Cathedral in Kotor.
It is Kotor’s most impressive building, built in the 12th century, but reconstructed after several earthquakes.
Yugoslavia 1973, View of Kotor.
Painting of Pierre Mortier (1661-1711)
Chapel on the island Gospa od Škrpjela.
It seems to be a view towards east (Sokolava Greda 664 m).
Gospa od Škrpjela is one of two small islands near the old town of Perast. The other island is known as Sveti Đorđe.
St. Lukas Church in Kotor.
Montenegro 2014, Porto Montenegro.
Porto Montenegro is a luxury yacht marina and adjacent waterfront development in Tivat.
In the background Velji vrh (712 m) on the Vrmac Peninsula.
Other summits on the peninsula are Sveti Ilija (766 m), Velji vrh (712 m), Čisti vrh (616 m), Popova Glava (584 m) and Sveti Vid (396 m).
The stamp was issued in the series "Tourism".