Churches

20.09.2011 - 12:02
On August 5th, this famous ecumenical Christian temple sees litanies and processions of Orthodox, Catholics and Protestants...
20.09.2011 - 12:01
The Assumption Church is located in Uspenska St. It was built from 1765 till 1774. The bishop of Bačka from that period,...
20.09.2011 - 12:00
The Synagogue, with the seat of Jewish municipality and school, is in 11 Jevrejska St. All three buildings – designed by...
20.09.2011 - 11:59
During the interbellum period, the Adventist place of worship used to stand in a one-storey apartment building at 13 Petar...
20.09.2011 - 11:58
First Reform-Calvinist families arrived to the city in the late 18th and in the 19th century. Shortly after having settled,...
20.09.2011 - 11:56
Orthodox Cathedral was most probably built in 1734. The material they used was stone and clinker brick. The first design of the...
20.09.2011 - 11:55
Nikolajevska Church is the oldest Orthodox temple in Novi Sad. It is first mentioned in chronicles in 1730 as a foundation of...
20.09.2011 - 11:54
Greek Catholic or United Church in Novi Sad, whose congregation mainly consists of the city Rusyns, is located on the corner of...
20.09.2011 - 11:53
First Slovak Evangelical families arrived to the city in the early 19th century. Only after protracted preparations did the...
20.09.2011 - 11:50
The first Catholic church in Novi Sad from the early 18th century was a modest and a rather temporary structure which was...