A small town on the River Lim in northeast of Montenegro, surrounded by Bjelasica Smiljevica and Turjak.
It dates back to the middle Ages, but the most significant was during Raska. Near the town, there are historical monuments:
the Monastery Ðurdevi Stupovi that was built by the end of 12th century by family Nemanjic, the remains of Roman buildings,
medieval city of Bihor, and the remains of Churches Grlice, St. Janja, Urosevica and Monasterie Šudikovo. The house of Gavro Vukovic,
the minister of foreign affairs in the government of King Nikola, was renovated and restored.
Polimlje Museum in downtown preserves artifacts from prehistoric times to the present day.
Although the city has no scientific institutions Berana encourages a large number of scientists, academics, university professors, doctors ...
The city and its surroundings are suitable for hiking, skiing, kayaking, trips and other tours.