The park is divided into two parts by the river Breznica where two artificial lakes and a fish pond were built. This nicely decorated area is the main promenade of the local people in warm summer evenings. In the park there is the city stadium, sports hall and marked running, walking and biking paths, which all together represent a beautifully designed sports and recreational complex in nature. Visitors always say that this park is one of the finest and most recognizable sights of Pljevlja.
The mosque’s minaret is 42 metres high. This masterpiece of Islamic culture in the Balkans was built at the end of the 16th century, courtesy of Hussein-paša Boljanić, who was born in the village Boljanić, near Pljevlja. Prior to settling in Pljevlja, Hussein-paša performed a number of important duties at the court in Constantinople. The mosque was built from finely hewn stone, with rich internal ornaments, while the walls are painted with floral details and a quotation from the Koran.
This Orthodox monastery was first mentioned in 1537, while its present-day appearance originates from the end of the 19th century. The main monastery Church of the Holy Trinity has an interesting, richly jagged architecture of the Raška style. It was decorated with frescoes by the priest Strahinja from Budimlje around 1600. The frescoes depict scenes with holy warriors, the Nemanjić dynasty, church holidays and the Passion of Christ.The monastery treasury is exceptionally valuable. It stores many church valuables: collection of icons by the local icon-painter Andrija Raičević, artisan objects and a special relic – the cane of St. Sava, which was plated in 1606. The monastery library has valuable copies of manuscripts and illuminated books, as well as rare copies of printed books, including Trebnik from the Crnojević printing house. Throughout history the monastery was a cultural and educational centre, a centre of the transcribing and painting of books, woodwork and the creation of art and craft objects.
Park area amounts 39.000 hectares, stretched on the territory of five municipalities: Žabljak, Šavnik, Plužine, Mojkovac and Pljevlja.Main feature of the relief is a wide plateau located at 1.500 meters above the sea level, carved by deep canyon valleys, with impressive mountain tops, of which 48 are at 2.000 meters above the sea level. The highest peak is Bobotov kuk, at 2.525 meters above the sea level. Particular impression is created by 18 glacial lakes, called "mountain eyes", located at 1.500 meters above the sea level. The biggest and the most beautiful is Crno Lake, with stunning scenery, and a giant peak Medvjed, above the lake.With the decision of UNESCO’s International Committee for the World Natural and Historical Heritage from 1980, NP Durmitor was included in the list of the World Natural Heritage.Center of the park is Žabljak, small town at the bottom of the southeastern part of Durmitor. This settlement, which is located at the highest altitude of the Balkan Peninsula (around 1.450m) is the biggest winter center in Montenegro, with considerable accommodation capacities, both hotel and private, infrastructure for winter sports and services in the area of tourism and mountaineering. Mountaineering paths are marked and there is an organized mountain climbing guide service.In the National park zone, you can conquer whirlpools, defiles, limans and spinning wheels with rafts, kayaks and pneumatic boats, carried by the mainstream of the river Tara and guided by secure hands of rafters, discover the beauty, pass through the deepest canyon in Europe and swim in perfectly clean water.Length of the river Tara is 156 kilometers, canyon valley is 93 kilometers long, while the canyon depth can reach even 1.300 meters.