13 Sights in Novi Sad, Serbia (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in 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 13 sights are available in Novi Sad, Serbia.

Sightseeing Tours in Novi Sad

1. Николајевска црква

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Николајевска црква

The Nikolaev Church, officially the Church of the Transmission of the Relics of St. Nicholas, is the smallest Orthodox place of worship in Novi Sad. It is located at Nikole Pašića bb, at the place where Nikola Pašić street flows into Marija Trandafil Square. The church dates back to the 1830s and has long been known among the people as Nedeljko's church after Nedeljko Bogdanović who built it. The church is one of the cultural monuments in the category of immovable cultural goods of great importance.

Wikipedia: Николајевска црква у Новом Саду (SR), Heritage Website

2. Светозар Милетић

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The monument of Svetozar Miletić in Novi Sad is located on the Freedom Square in front of the City Hall. It was discovered on October 1, 1939 and represents an immovable cultural monument as a cultural monument of great importance. At the then Liberation Square, a large ceremony was held in the presence of high officials, numerous delegations and citizens. The ceremony was opened by Dr. Aleksandar Moč, President of the Committee for the Erection of Monuments and then President of Matica Srpska.

Wikipedia: Споменик Светозара Милетића у Новом Саду (SR)

3. Ban Josip Jelačić birth house

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The birth house of Josip Jelačić is located in Petrovaradin, within the suburb of the Petrovaradin Fortress. In 1801, Josip Jelačić Bužimski (1801–1859) was born in the house, the son of a high-ranking officer and the latter general and Croatian ban. The house has been located on all plans of the fortress since the mid-18th century, which is confirmed by the carved year 1745 in the stone end of the entrance portal from Nazorova Street, which is most likely the year of construction.

Wikipedia: Родна кућа Јосипа Јелачића (SR)

4. Petrovaradin Fortress

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Petrovaradin FortressPudelek (Marcin Szala) / CC BY-SA 3.0 rs

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.

Wikipedia: Petrovaradin Fortress (EN), Heritage Website

5. Orthodox Cathedral of Saint George

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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.

Wikipedia: Saint George's Cathedral (Novi Sad) (EN), Heritage Website

6. Parish Church of the Name of Mary

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Parish Church of the Name of MaryDennis Jarvis from Halifax, Canada / CC BY-SA 2.0

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.

Wikipedia: Name of Mary Church (EN)

7. City Library of Novi Sad

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The City Library in Novi Sad is one of the largest public libraries in Vojvodina and the parent library for the South Bačka District. It consists of 26 library branches and two special holdings: the Homeland Collection and the Information and Reference Center with the Reading Room. The library has a holdings of more than 500,000 book units and over 25,000 users.

Wikipedia: Градска библиотека у Новом Саду (SR), Website

8. Novi Sad Synagogue

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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.

Wikipedia: Novi Sad Synagogue (EN)


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Sports and business center "Vojvodina", popularly called as the acronym Spens, is a sports and business center located in Novi Sad, in the old town. Construction of the hall began in May 1979 and opened on April 14, 1981 for the 36th World Table Tennis Championships.

Wikipedia: СПЕНС (SR), Website

10. King Peter I Karađorđević

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King Peter I Karađorđević Оригинално дјело: Уметничка ливница „Јеремић”Депикција: Остоја Калаба / Fair use

The monument to King Petar I Karađorđević is a monument located on the Republic Square in the center of Novi Sad. The monument was officially unveiled on the centenary of the unified Banat, Bačka and Baranja to the Kingdom of Serbia on November 25, 2018.

Wikipedia: Споменик краљу Петру I Карађорђевићу (Нови Сад) (SR)

11. Chruch of St. Paul

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Orthodox Church of Sv. St. Paul's Church 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 people of the army of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.

Wikipedia: Црква Светог апостола Павла (Петроварадин) (SR)

12. Greek Orthodox chruch of St. Peter and Paul

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The Greek Catholic Church in Novi Sad is located on the corner of Svetozar Miletić and Jovan Subotić streets in a small port. Most of the believers are Ruthenians of Novi Sad, who settled in the city in the mid-18th century.

Wikipedia: Црква Светих апостола Петра и Павла у Новом Саду (SR)

13. Новосадско позориште

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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.

Wikipedia: Novi Sad Theatre (EN)


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