Montenegrin Nobility

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Montenegrin nobility refers to the noble families of Doclea, Zeta and Montenegro.

Montenegrin titles include Veliki Vojvoda (Grand Duke) for members of the Royal family, Princ/Knez (Prince), Vojvoda (Duke) for leaders of clans, and Serdar (Count) for other clan notables. Titles are hereditary or for life.[1]

In 2001, Prince Nicholas II granted the title Grand Duke of Grahovo and Zeta to his son, Prince Boris Petrović-Njegoš.[2]


  1. ^ Nikola & Milena, King & Queen of the Black Mountains, Marco Houston, 2003
  2. ^ Almanach de Gotha, London, 2004