Explore interesting sights in City of Novi Sad, Serbia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 22 sights are available in City of Novi Sad, Serbia.Sightseeing Tours in City of Novi Sad
1. Ban Josip Jelačić birth house
Родна кућа Јосипа Јелачића се налази у Петроварадину, у оквиру Подграђа Петроварадинске тврђаве. У кући се 1801. године родио Јосип Јелачић Бужимски (1801—1859), као син високорангираног официра и потоњи генерал и хрватски бан. Кућа се налази на свим плановима тврђаве од средине 18. века, што потврђује урезана година 1745. у камену завршцу улазног портала из Назорове улице, што је највероватније година градње.
2. Турска чесма
Turkish Springs in Stari Ledinci are one of the last traces of the Ottoman Empire period architecture in norther Serbian region of Vojvodina. The areas north of Sava and Danube river, which at the time were part of Ottoman Hungary, were reconquered by the Habsburg monarchy already at the end of the Great Turkish War and the signing of the 1699 Treaty of Karlowitz, significantly before the independence of the Principality of Serbia, which led to preservation of significantly lesser number of artefacts from the Ottoman period in the region. Springs still standing in the village were reconstructed in 1842 and another one in 1885. Today, both springs are protected cultural monuments.
3. Црква Рођења Пресвете Богородице
The Church of the Nativity of the Theotokos in Sremska Kamenica is a Serbian Orthodox church in Sremska Kamenica, Vojvodina, Serbia. Church is dedicated to Nativity of the Theotokos and was built between 1737 and 1758. The church is a single-nave building with a semi-shaped vault, and rectangular choir areas, large altar apse. The original iconostasis (1753) and frescos (1754) were painted by Jov Vasilijevich and Vasa Ostojić in which they combine traditional Orthodox iconography with Baroque style. The church as protected as a cultural heritage by the authorities of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina in 1949.
4. City Library of Novi Sad
Градска библиотека у Новом Саду је једна од највећих јавних библиотека у Војводини и матична за Јужнобачки округ. У њеном саставу се налази 26 библиотечких огранака и два посебна фонда: Завичајна збирка и Информационо-реферални центар са Читаоницом. Библиотека располаже фондом са више од 500 000 књижних јединица и преко 25 000 корисника.
5. Kovilj Monastery
The Kovilj Monastery is a 13th-century Serb Orthodox monastery in the Bačka region, in the northern Serbian province of Vojvodina. According to the legend, the monastery was founded by the first Serb archbishop, Saint Sava, in the 13th century. The monastery, often cited as one of the most beautiful, has been nicknamed the "Jewel of Bačka". Considered "one of the most monumental cultural-historical objects in Bačka", it is protected by the state since 4 August 1949 as a cultural monument.
6. Николајевска црква
Nikolajevska Church, official Church of Transfer of the Republic of St. Nicholas, is the smallest Orthodox worship in Novi Sad. It is located at Nikola Pašića bb, in a place where Nikole Pašića ulica uliva in Square Mary Trandafil. The church originates from the 1930s and was known for a long time as a weekly church per week to Bogdanović, who raised her. The church is one of the cultural monuments in the category of immovable cultural goods of great importance.
7. Светозар Милетић
The monument of Svetozara Miletić in Novi Sad is located in the freedom square in front of the city house. It was discovered on October 1, 1939 and represents immovable culturally as a cultural monument of great importance. On the time, liberation square was held in the presence of high guests, numerous delegations and citizens. The ceremony was opened by Dr. Aleksandar Moč, President of the Board of Memorial and the then president of Matica Srpska.
8. Petrovaradin Fortress
Petrovaradin Fortress, nicknamed "Gibraltar on/of the Danube", is a fortress in the town of Petrovaradin, itself part of the City of Novi Sad, Serbia. It is located on the right bank of the Danube river. The cornerstone of the present-day southern part of the fortress was laid on 18 October 1692 by Charles Eugène de Croÿ. Petrovaradin Fortress has many tunnels as well as 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) of uncollapsed underground countermine system.
9. Orthodox Cathedral of Saint George
The Cathedral Church of the Holy Great-Martyr George is the seat of the Serbian Orthodox Eparchy of Bačka, located in Novi Sad, northern Serbia. The present-day church was completed in 1905, on the ruins of a church built in 1734 and destroyed in 1849. It is located next to the Eparchy offices in the Bishop's Palace, in Nikola Pašić Street. It is commonly known as Saborna crkva among the city residents.
10. Parish Church of the Name of Mary
The Name of Mary Church is a Roman Catholic parish church in Novi Sad, Serbia, dedicated to the feast of the Holy Name of Mary. It is the largest church in Novi Sad, and is located in the city centre on the Trg Slobode. Locals refer to it as the "cathedral", even though Novi Sad belongs to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Subotica, whose cathedral is located in Subotica.
11. Beli Majdan
The white maiden cave, also known as a raka cave, was caused by the excavation of stone, kaolin granite in ancient times for the needs of the nearby monastery Rakovac, and is most often used for the production of tombstones and foundations for the house. It is located in Rakovac, on Fruška Gora.
12. Novi Sad Synagogue
Novi Sad Synagogue is one of many cultural institutions in Novi Sad, Serbia, in the capital of Serbian the province of Vojvodina. Located on Jevrejska (Jewish) Street, in the city center, the synagogue has been recognized as a historic landmark. It served the local Neolog congregation.
13. Црква Снежне Госпе
The church of the snowman in Tekki is the Church and the largest Marijanski Sanctuary in Serbia. The Arabic word "Tekija" means a peaceful resting point, usually next to the roads, and always next to good water, if it is not a fairy larger han nearby. The church is Roman Catholic.
15. Храм Свете Петке
Temporary temple of St. Friday in Petrovaradin was built at the crossroads of Reljković's and Preradović's Street in late 2003 and early 2004, this facility was built of wood. Behind the church of the log cabin, a constant worship of solid material was built.
16. King Peter I Karađorđević
The monument to King Petra and Karađorđević is a monument located in the Republic Square in the center of Novi Sad. The monument was officially discovered at the centenary of Staff of Banat, Bačka and Baranja Kingdom of Serbia on November 25, 2018.
17. Jovan Jovanović Zmaj
The monument to Jovan Jovanović-Dragon in Sremska Kamenica, was placed on the square that carries his name and near the house where he spent the last years of life and where he died. The monument is stationary culturally well as a cultural monument.
18. Црква Нашашћа Светог Крижа
The Roman Catholic Church of the Holy Cross in Sremska Kamenica, a town settlement on the territory of the city municipality of Petrovaradin, was built in 1746, and in the 19th century it was restored and expanded by Count Marton Marcibanji.
19. Chruch of St. Paul
Orthodox Church of Sv. Paul is located in the suburbs of the Petrovaradin Fortress in the northeastern wing of the Military Hospital. It was built in 1922 for the needs of the regiment s army of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.
20. Savinac Monastery
The remains of the medieval church are located on the northern slopes of Fruška Gora, east of the village of Stari Ledinci, in the village of Klisa. They represent immovable cultural property as a cultural monument of great importance.
21. Новосадско позориште
The Novi Sad Theatre is a small Hungarian language theatre in Serbia. It is located in the Rotkvarija neighborhood, near city centre on Jovana Subotića street 3–5, in Novi Sad, the capital of the Serbian province Vojvodina.
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