Explore interesting sights in Subotica, 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 9 sights are available in Subotica, Serbia.Sightseeing Tours in Subotica
1. Subotica Synagogue
The Jakab and Komor Square Synagogue in Subotica is a Hungarian Art Nouveau synagogue in Subotica, Serbia. It is the second largest synagogue in Europe after the Dohány Street Synagogue in Budapest. It was built in 1901-1902 during the administration of the Kingdom of Hungary, according to the plans of Marcell Komor and Dezső Jakab replacing a smaller and less elaborate synagogue. It is one of the finest surviving pieces of religious architecture in the art nouveau style. It served the local Neolog community.
2. Црква Светог Рока
Church of st. A Catholic church in the City of Keru district in Subotica. This is the parish church of the parish that was established for Ker, by separating from the territory of St. Peter. Thérèse in 1841, since the registers were kept. It is part of the deanery of Subotica - Donji Grad. The liturgical languages are Croatian and Hungarian. Today's pastor is Andrija Anišić.
3. Железничка станица Наумовићево
The railway station in Naumovićevo, near Subotica, was built in 1910. The building represents immovable cultural property as a cultural monument. It is located in the village of Bikovo in the city of Subotica. The railway continues in one direction towards Subotica and in the other towards Žednik. Naumovićevo Railway Station consists of 5 tracks.
4. Palić Water Tower
The water tower on Palic was completed on June 15, 1910 as a multipurpose facility – the Water Tower, the gate of the resort, and the tram station for the electric tram introduced in 1897 on the route Subotica – Palic and today represents the symbol of Palic. The water tower represents an immovable cultural property as a cultural monument.
5. Cпоменик Цара Јована Ненада
Jovan Nenad, known as the Black was a Serb military commander in the service of the Kingdom of Hungary who took advantage of a Hungarian military defeat at Mohács and subsequent struggle over the Hungarian throne to carve out his own state in the southern Pannonian Plain. He styled himself emperor (tsar).
6. Железничка станица Палић
Railway station Palic was built in 1887 on the site of an earlier small station, built on the route Subotica — Szeged. The first train from Szeged passed on September 11, 1869. The station represents an immovable cultural property as a cultural monument.
7. Црква Светог Вазнесења Господњег
The Serbian Orthodox Church of the Holy Ascension of the Lord in Subotica was built in the period from 1723 to 1726. It belongs to the Diocese of Bačka of the Serbian Orthodox Church and represents an immovable cultural heritage as a cultural monument
8. Reichl Palace
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