Novi Sad Synagogue
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Synagogue (projected by Hungarian architect Baumhorn Lipót - which construction began in 1905 and was completed in 1909) with Jewish school and Jewish community is one of the biggest in this part of Europe. On the site of the contemporary synagogue, during the 1749- 1906, there were four…
A synagogue has stood at 11 Jevrejska (Jewish) Street since the 1700s. The synagogue is a fine monument to behold from the street, but you’ll need to make advanced arrangements if you want to see inside. Either that, or book a seat at one of the regular concerts, as the acoustics are superb.
The new synagogue, the fifth to be erected at the same location since the 18th century, became a major project for the entire Jewish community of Novi Sad, on which construction began in 1905 and was completed in 1909. Projected by Hungarian architect Baumhorn Lipót, it was part of a bigger complex…
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SYNAGOGUE The new synagogue, the fifth to be erected at the same location since the 18th century, became a major project for the entire Jewish community of Novi Sad, on which construction began in 1905 and was completed in 1909. Projected by Hungarian architect Baumhorn Lipót, it was part of a…
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“On the opposite side of the Liberty square, is a tall catholic church “Name of Mary”. It was built in 1895th in neogothic in style. The interior is decorated with movables of Tirol carver; it has four altars and organ with 24 registers. On the windows are 20 glass paintings, the work of the Hungarian and Czech glass artist. Steep roof and tower are covered with colorful ceramic žolnai. The Clock Tower is 76 meters high. ”
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“Danube Park, whose building started in the distant 1895. This city oasis of greenery which once was the branch of the Danube, today represents the favorite place for resting and recreation of numerous citizens of Novi Sad. The Danube Park is decorated with thousands of deciduous and evergreen undergrowth, over 760 trees of dendroflora, as well as the numerous rare and valuable tree species. There are three monuments in the park, and with more than 130 benches, this place represents the perfect corner for enjoying the nature. View of the lake full of ducks and swans, of children who cheerfully run around and colorful flower arrangements, calms the senses and warms up your soul. Beautiful in spring when the first heralds bloom, and magical in winter when shining Christmas lights cover its lanterns and facades. ”
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