There are two UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Montenegro. One is a cultural site and the other is a natural site.
- Natural and Culturo-Historical Region of Kotor (1979)
- Dumitor National Park (1980)
During the Middle Ages, Kotor is an important natural harbor in the Adriatic Coast. It was an important center for cultural, artistic and commercial activity. There were also several historic monuments in the region, which includes the town walls and four Romanesque churches. However, most of them were destroyed by the earthquake that hit Montenegro in 1979. Since it was inscribed into the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Montenegro, it was gradually restored to help preserve the legacy of this cultural town.
Dumitor National Park (1980)
This is the only natural site featured in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Montenegro. This national park is breathtaking as it features rivers, glaciers, and underground streams. It also features some of the deepest gorges in Europe. Meanwhile, the national park features a beautiful blend of natural features such as clear lakes, dense pine forests, and an endemic flora species collection.