Oldest population that inhabited the valley of Tara belonged to the Illyrian tribe Autariats, after which the river Tara and probably got its name. After the Illyrians in these regions Romans, with which settled here Romanized Illyrian tribe called. Vlachos herders. About their presence testifies and a tombstone found in the field and written in Latin. In the seventh century in the Tara valley coming Slavs who founded the parish Brskovo whose territory coincides with the territory of present-day municipality Mojkovac.
In the Middle Ages through this area were fragile impacts Duklje-Zeta, on the one hand and Raska-Serbia, on the other side. The greatest significance of this place will get Brskovo opening of the mine, which was first mentioned in historical sources the mid-thirteenth century (1253.g). Then here are populated by miners who brought the mining skill and experience. In Brskovo the Serbian medieval rulers minted silver coins like the Venetian Gros. In addition to the mint in Brskovo will be located at one time and the court of Nemanjić rulers, and from 1311-1312.godine Brskovo will be the seat of Dubrovnik's consul general in Serbia. Brskovo will soon develop into an important trading center. Kotor, Dubrovnik and the Venetians were sold in Brskovo salt, wine, cloth and other goods, from Brskova are different goods snadbijevani cities in the interior of Serbia. In the middle of the fourteenth century Brskovo begins to lose its significance. The appearance of the plague and the opening of new mines Janjeva and Novo Brdo contributed to the total vanishing Brskova late fourteenth century.
Tradition says that the name Mojkovac created by merging the words' my coins' 'which, again according to tradition, uttered by King Uros when minting money in the mine Brskovo. There are other interpretations of the origin of the name, such as that it is a Mojkovac derived from personal names or Mojko. Mojković surnames. The site on which to develop today's urban core Mojkovac previously named the ‘’Fire’’.
In World War I, the crucial conflict of Montenegro and the Austro-Hungarian army will come just in Mojkovac. In the famous Mojkovac color (6 and 7.januara 1916) Montenegrin army under the command of SerdarJankaVukotića dispatched to the leg numerically stronger and technically superior Austro-Hungarian army. The victory at Mojkovac was not saved Montenegro, as the Austro-Hungarian troops broke through the front and took LovćenskiCetinje.
Population Mojkovac end gave a great contribution to the victory over fascism in World War II. A large number of Mojkovačkih patriots gave his life for the freedom and dignity of Montenegro. Seven of them were named as national heroes, and Mojkovac and the environment is in memory of the fallen soldiers NOB erected a large number of memorials.
Main torist attraction is Monastery of St. George in Dobrilovina tradition associated with the dynastyNemanjic. Dobrilovina Monastery, with its church dedicated to St. George, located in the village of DonjaDobrilovina, in a gentle valley of the river Tara, on the left bank.
The first written evidence about the monastery Dobrilovina originates from 1592. The founder of the monastery is unknown. It is mentioned several names who participated in the restoration and painting of the monastery. In the second half of the sixteenth century is mentioned DobrijeDedejić who had settled in Dorilovini, who donated his property to the monastery. Construction of the monastery buildings in Dobrilovina began in 1593, so that the entire monastery complex completed in 1610.
The frescoes of the monastery began to write on April 18, 1620. The influence of the monastery Dobrilovina was important to the local population and the surrounding princes and beyond. His influence is felt throughout the Potarje. Dobrilovina was the gathering place champions with a wider area Potarje and Polimlja, where important decisions were made about providing resistance to the Turkish force.