Today it is a memorial park with monuments dedicated to the soldiers of the Balkan Wars and both World War I and II and is a reflection of the history of this region. Park Knjaževac is also a beautiful botanical garden, with many different kinds of trees.
In winter time it is frozen and there is always a thick layer of snow on top of it. In summer time you can swim in it particularly if you have taken the marked trail through the wood to the peak of the mount Visitor if you start your trip from the village of Brezojevice (municipality of Plav). Water temperature reaches 18 degrees. Special curiosity of the lake is a former “floating island”. The legend says that shepherds made it when they made a raft. They would take the raft over night to take their cattle to the shore. Over time the raft got covered with grass and was connected to the mainland with fallen pine trees.
There are coastal mountains which form a border between the coast and the midlands of Montenegro, like Orjen, Lovćen, Rumija... From the caldera of Podgorica towards the north, moutains and valleys with rivers are arranged like a staircase. In this mountainous region you will also find the "Mountain emperor", as they call the Komovi. This is actually one mountain with three dominant bare summits which were divided between the three tribes of Montenegro. From the highest point, Kučki Kom (2.487), one can see almost all of Montenegro. This mountain is a strong evidence of the forces of nature, mainly erosion, traces of which are most visible in the moraines, among the biggest in the Balkans.