Dajbabska Gora Tower

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Agency for Electronic Communications and Postal Services Main Control and Measuring Center
Dajbabska Gora.JPG
The tower at night
General information
Statusradio frequency spectrum control tower
LocationPodgorica, Montenegro
Coordinates42°25′02″N 19°14′19″E / 42.41716°N 19.238636°E / 42.41716; 19.238636
Construction started2008
Completed15 October 2011
Cost6.000.000€
Height55 m (180 ft)
Design and construction
Main contractorZoran Sekulić

The Dajbabska Gora Tower (Montenegrin: Toranj na Dajbabskoj Gori, Торањ на Дајбабској Гори) is a radio frequency spectrum control tower located on Dajbabska Gora, a hill south of Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro. It is 55 meters tall, and soon after its opening it became one of the most popular landmarks and visitor attractions of the city.

Construction[edit]

The tower was built by the Agency for Electronic Communications and Postal Services of Montenegro during a 3-year period, from 2008 to 2011. The whole project was followed by a lot of controversy, mostly regarding the construction costs of cca. 5 million euros.[1] It was officially opened on October 15, 2011.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-03-05. Retrieved 2012-08-12.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ http://www.dan.co.me/?nivo=3&rubrika=Ekonomija&clanak=301707&datum=2011-10-16

External links[edit]

aerial view of the tower

Coordinates: 42°25′02″N 19°14′19″E / 42.41716°N 19.238636°E / 42.41716; 19.238636