St. Anthony's Church (or Crkva Sv. Antuna) is located in Cetinje, near the former building of the Austro-Hungarian embassy.

The church's construction started in 1901, on the orders of the leader Nikola I Petrovic and his daughter Elena. Italian architect Corradini took the lead of the project. However, due to the country's financial troubles, the construction was protracted and only completed in 1912.

It's a practicing Catholic church.