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Temporary "palaces" of Balša III Balšić in Godinje and Berislavić, during the war with Venice
Godinje (Годиње) is a village in Montenegro, in the municipality of Bar. It is located on a hill overlooking Lake Skadar. The town belongs to the Boljević pleme of the Crmnička nahija. The town is the ancestral home of the Lekovići and Nikač clans. In 1977, a resident of Godinje would still say, more than half-seriously, "In Godinje, everyone's surname is Leković", a reminder of a time when family clans lived in mountainous isolation in Montenegro.