http://i.***************/i/pix/2014/08/16/article-0-208E37B200000578-529_634x847.jpg The Balkan country – well known for its rugged mountains, medieval villages and picturesque strip of beaches along its Adriatic coastline – was under Nazi occupation for much of the Second World War. The government’s decision has been met with anger from families of those who were imprisoned on Mamula by Italian forces under the command of fascist leader Benito Mussolini. Despite the site’s solemn history, the Montenegrin parliament approved a project from the Swiss-Egyptian company Orascom that will build Mamula Resort. Both the government and Orascom have said that the resort will keep Mamula’s historical character but artist illustrations show the fortress filled in with a pool deck and sunbathing chairs.