Dunavska Street in Novi Sad, Serbia
Dunavska Street is settled in the city center and occupies the space between Zmaj Jovina Street and Belgrade Quay or the Danube whose name it bears. This famous promenade had many names throughout the history, so it is also remembered as Petrovaradinska, Auf den Brucken, Donau-Gasee and Duna utca Street.
Romantic light of the rustic street lanterns, interesting facades and recognizable Vojvodian spirit which overtakes the air… The fashionable passers-by and occasional sound of the cell phone ring will make you realize that you’re not in the 19th century in Dunavska Street.
One of the oldest and most beautiful streets in Novi Sad, today represents the place with a strange juncture of the past and the present times. Walking down the former Perovaradinska Street, the colorful facades and decorations are alternating, and thoughts are wildly going back to the times when the merchants, tradespeople and passengers rapidly walked across it towards the Danube.
The imagination is waking up, and pictures of the street which once was the embankment between the two ponds, are starting to flow. Sights of the numerous wooden bridges and fishermen crossing them in a rush to exhibit their fresh merchandise at the famous marketplace in Dunavska Street. Sounds coming from the small craft shops are mixing with the scents that are spreading from the old stores and inns.
Songs with which bohemians of Novi Sad celebrate the life, can be heard from kafanas „Zeleni venac“, „Kod tri krune“ and „Kod engleske kraljice“. Still, the appearance of Dunavska Street from the end of the 18th century loses its seminal glow in 1849.
It was completely torn down by bombing, but its re-building starts really soon. At the time, representative palaces built according to the modern European styles have sprung up, but the inns and bookstores as well.
Dunavska has started to live, and its former charm has been awakened. This street is maybe the best example of how the buildings and environment don’t make up some place, but people do.
As soon as the heels of Vojvodian sosas have started clanking down the new road, and the air was filled with the sounds from the vicinity stores and saloons, everything was in place. The same spirit still hasn’t left the oldest street in Novi Sad.
Maybe because of that, it represents the favorite promenade and place for walking, gathering and resting to residents of Novi Sad, but also to many tourists who visit the “Serbian Athens”. Although polished ladies on the carriages, hardworking tradespeople and noisy merchants don’t pass by it anymore, Dunavska Street was successful in keeping that “something” with which it has been attracting and shining ever since.
Further along this fairytale street and an interesting promenade, another landmark can be found. It is the 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. You must walk down the Dunavska Street whenever you end up in this Vojvodian youthful and cultural city. Its charm will seduce you, and unusual juncture of the past and the present will surprise you.
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What to see in Novi Sad, Serbia
Novi Sad is the second largest city of Serbia and is just 74 km north of the capital Belgrade. The city lies on the banks of the Danube river and numerous international tourist cruisers stop in its harbour. Novi Sad is a home of the famous EXIT music festival, one of the best in Europe that brings together the best musicians from around the world.
What to see in Novi Sad:
- Visit Petrovaradin fortress on the right bank of the Danube, which was built in the time of the Austrian emperors Leopold I, Joseph I, Charles VI, Maria Teresa and Joseph II. Enter through the lavish arch of Leopold Gate, visit the city's museum housed inside the former Gunners' Barracks, and don't forget to have a gander at the quirky clock tower which has its hands the wrong way around (so the small hand shows minutes and the big hand shows hours) to aid far-off fishermen along the Danube.
- Trg Slobode (Freedom Square) is the largest central city square, built in the 18th century. On the west side of the square is the Town Hall built in 1895th in Neo-Renaissance style, designed by architect George Molnar. On the opposite side of the square, is a tall catholic church “Name of Mary”. It was built in 1895th in neogothic in style.
- A majestic Art Nouveau building a short walk from Freedom Square, Novi Sad’s Synagogue is one of the city’s most impressive buildings. The synagogue saw its fair share of tragedy in the 20th century.
- A short walk from Freedom Square lies the Bishop’s Palace, sitting at the end of the Zmaj Jovina street. It is a residential palace of the Serbian Orthodox Bishop of the Diocese of Backa. The building was built in 1901 in the Serbian-Byzantine style, designed by architect Vladimir Nikolic.
- Zmaj Jovina Street is one of the oldest streets in Novi Sad. It extends from Freedom Square to the bishop's palace. The street was once a place with a number of craft and trade shops, and it was called Magazinska alley. At the end of the street, in front of the bishop's house, since 1984, there is a monument of Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj, the most famous children's poet, after which street bears its name.
- At the Theatre Square there is a large and modern building of the Serbian National Theatre.
- Behind the building of the theater's is Uspen church, built in 1774th in the Baroque style.
- The City Museum, Platoneum and Museum of Vojvodina are undoubtedly the jewels in this city. The city also has a number of excellent galleries, including the Matica Srpska gallery and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina.
- Dunavska Street is probably the oldest street in Novi Sad. On the left side of the street are houses in neo-baroque style. At the beginning of the Dunavska streets, there is the city library in the house that was built in 1895.
- Dunavski Park is the oldest and most beautiful park in Novi Sad. The first trees were planted in the 19th century.
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What to see in Novi Sad, Vojvodina, Serbia | MUST WATCH Exit festival, Youth and Cultural capital
In this video, we explore the city center of Novi Sad. Novi Sad is the capital of Vojvodina, Serbia, and the city of Exit Festival. It is also the European Youth Capital of 2019 and will be European Cultural Capital in 2021. Enjoy in beautiful Danube park, Catholic and Orthodox cathedrals, Town House, and more.
In order of appearance, you will see:
- Our first start is Dunavski (Danube's park). This park is the oldest and most beautiful park in Novi Sad. The first trees were planted in the 19th century.
- Dunavska Street is probably the oldest street in Novi Sad. On the left side of the street, houses are in neo-baroque style. In the video, at the end of the Dunavska streets, on the right side, there is the city library in the house that was built in 1895.
- Zmaj Jovina Street is one of the oldest streets in Novi Sad. It extends from Freedom Square to the bishop's palace. The street was once a place with a number of craft and trade shops, and it was called Magazinska alley. At the start of the street, in front of the bishop's house, since 1984, there is a monument of Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj, the most famous children's poet, after which street bears its name. Lined with shops and sidewalk cafes, it is the very place for a coffee or light lunch.
- Trg Slobode (Freedom Square) is the largest central city square, built in the 18th century. On the west side of the square is the Town Hall built in 1895th in Neo-Renaissance style, designed by architect George Molnar. On the opposite side of the square, is a tall Catholic church “Name of Mary”. It was built in 1895th in Neo-Gothic style. Its Neo-Gothic architecture is quite striking, and if you happen to get lost you could always find your way back to Liberty Square by using the church as a landmark.
- Laze Teleckog is the upbeat street of Novi Sad urban life, full of cafés, restaurants, pizzerias, clubs, and shops. Houses mostly have one floor, they are colorful and built-in Austro-Hungarian style.
- Grčkoškolska street (The Greek School street) is one of the oldest in Novi Sad. The street was named after the Greek school, the house at no. 3, which was founded by the Greek Communities, residing in Novi Sad in 1739.
- Pašićeva street, named after famous Serbian and Yugoslav politician and diplomat Nikola Pašić who was the most important Serbian political figure for almost 40 years, from 1890 to 1926. In this street is The Cathedral Church of the Holy Great-Martyr George. This Orthodox Cathedral is the seat of the Serbian Orthodox Eparchy of Bačka. 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 ('Cathedral Church') among the city residents
- Finally, we reach Boulevard of Mihailo Pupin, famous scientist. There is the building of the government of Vojvodina. It is the executive organ of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, within the Republic of Serbia. The building where is the seat of the Government of Vojvodina is known as Banovina Palace. The building was erected on an area of 28,000 square meters, with a length of 185 meters and 5 floors. The complex consists of two buildings. One contains 147 rooms, and the other (horseshoe) 569 special departments. The building façade is made of Brac marble. Working couple Baranji made the sculptures, reliefs with figures of King Peter I, King Alexander, Radomir Putnik, Stepa Stepanovic, Zivojin Misic, and stylized logos with animal motifs on the administration building.
Novi Sad (in Serbian Cyrillic: Нови Сад, pronounced [nôʋiː sâːd]; in Hungarian: Újvidék [ˈuːjvideːk]; in Slovak: Nový Sad; in Rusyn: Нови Сад; in German: Neusatz) is an amazing city! The city looks great every month of the year.
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DUNAVSKA RUTA BEOGRAD-KLADOVO(The Danube Route Belgrade-Kladovo)
Ako krenete od Beograda do Kladova, pored reke Dunav, videćete mnoge prirodne lepote i stare istorijske građevine, kao što su:(Kalemegdanska tvrđava, Smederevska tvrđava, Golubačka tvrđava, Ram tvrđava, Djerdapska klisura gde je Dunav najširi, najuži i najdublji u svom celom toku, Glavu kralja Decebala, Hidrocentrala Djerdap 1, tvrđava Diana, Fetislam Tvrđava, lepi grad Kladovo, Trajanov most)
If you go from Belgrade to Kladovo, along the Danube River, you will see many natural beauties and old historical buildings, such as: (Kalemegdan Fortress, Smederevo Fortress, Golubac Fort, Ram Fort, Djerdap Gorge where the Danube is the widest, narrowest and deepest in its entirety during, Head of King Decebal, Hydro Power Plant Djerdap 1, Fort Diana, Fetislam Fort, beautiful town of Kladovo, Trajan's Bridge)
What to See & Do in Novi Sad, Serbia
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In this episode, David takes us around Serbia's second largest city to discover the top things to see and do in Novi Sad, Serbia. Novi Sad is the capital city of the northern Vojvodina Province - an area home to several nationalities including Hungarians, Croatians, Slovakians, and more...
First stop, David meets up with local guide Milos in the main square of the city in Liberty Square center. Milos explains the origins of Novi Sad: The city was founded in the 17th century and now is the second largest city in Serbia.
The Name of Mary Catholic Church is situated in the heart of the city, in the center of Liberty Square. It's Neo Gothic architecture is quite striking, and if you happen to get lost you could always find your way back to Liberty Square by using the church as a landmark.
Surrounding the church are several 19th century buildings built in Hungarian style. Next stop is the pedestrian-friendly boulevard, Zmaj Jovina Street. Lined with shops and sidewalk cafes, it is the very place for a coffee or light lunch.
Milos and David head on their way to the 17th century Petrovaradin Fortress on the Danube River. This is the second largest fortress in Europe. They first pass through Danavska Street (Danube Street), the oldest street in the city. Once they arrive at the base of Petrovaradin Fortress they make their way up the 200 steps.
From the top of fortress you'll get excellent views of the Danube River and the city of Novi Sad. Petrovaradin Fortress also features a gourmet restaurant and is where the annual EXIT Music Festival takes place each summer. It is one of the largest and most popular music festivals in Europe.
The clock tower in the fortress has become an icon of sorts for the city. It has jokingly been referred to as the drunk tower because it is slow in the summer and fast in the winter. Another interesting feature about the clock tower is that unlike other clocks, the small hand counts the minutes and the big hand counts the hours. Make time to walk around the fortress - there are a handful of art galleries and shops to browse, plus you'll want to take in all the incredible views.
David's last stop on his tour of Novi Sad is the Museum of Vojvodina on Dunavska Street to learn about the history of the region from the Neolithic era until modern-day Novi Sad. Two of David's favorite exhibits were the intact golden Roman helmets and the 19th century traditional Serbian costume collection.
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What to See & Do in Novi Sad, Serbia
NOVI SAD.Dunavska ulica.
U vremenu svog postanka ulica je bila okružena nezdravim mocvarama. Pocetkom 18. veka grade se prve kuce i ulica dobija svoj lik. Na kartama je tada bila upisana kao Petrovaradinska ulica. Zbog mnogobrojnih bara koje su okruživale suvu gredu po kojoj su gradene kuce, jedno vreme je ulica bila prekrivena brojnim drvenim mosticima, te je na mnogim gradskim mapama s pocetka 18. veka bila upisivana i pod imenom Auf den Brucken, odnosno Ulica na cuprijama. Jacanjem ekonomske moci gradanstva nicu prve zgrade od cvrstog materijala i ulica polako, do kraja 18. veka, zadobija svoj pravi lik. Tada dobija svoje konacno ime Dunavska ulica (sokak), odnosno Donau--Gasse, (nemacki naziv) Duna utca (madarski naziv).
Veoma kratka, u samom centru grada u pešackoj zoni, ali veoma interesantna ulica. Dunavska ulica je prepuna zivopisnih fasada, sa mnoštvom prodavnica, butika i raznih šopova. Izgleda kao da vreme zastalo. Jedan pogled i dovoljno je da Vam zastane dah . Pravo iz dunavske ulice ulazite u Dunavski park - najlepši park u Novom Sadu.
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Dunavska Fešta - Novi Sad, Štrand, 5. maj 2014.
Dunavska Fešta - Novi Sad, Štrand, 5. maj 2014.
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Novi Sad, Serbia - Flooded Streets
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The video shows a localized flooding after a rainfall of over 60 liters per square meter fell in less than 10 hours. Parts of Novi Sad, thanks to its low elevation and insufficient drainage system, cannot handle the same amount of water, especially with the fact that drainage ducts are often clogged or blocked. When this is combined with this amount of rainfall, the result is the creation of small flood lakes on places like this depressed intersection at Micurinova and Novosadskog Sajma, which was covered with at least 20 to 30 centimeters of water.
In the video, cars can be seen passing through the water, even though a 10 to 15 centimeters more would probably flood the interior of some older models.
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Skup Directionera u Novom Sadu, 30. jul 2014. - Dunavska ulica
U Novom Sadu održano je novo okupljanje Directionera, najmasovnije do sad.
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This gentleman can't use his one hand well and creates brilliant music with a wooden box and his brilliant mind
Ulica Laze Telečkog: Zašto li se stanari žale?
Jutarnjem prolazniku novosadskom Ulicom Laze Telečkog, subotom ili nedeljom, koji vidi kolićine otpada i oseti smrad, postaje jasno zašto se ljudi koji žive u centru žale.
Center Of Novi Sad at Night During Winter
Square of Svetozar Miletic, Zmaj Jovina Street, and Dunavska street. Recorded in the evening.
NOVI SAD ulica J.J. ZMAJA
Zmaj Jovina ulica
Ulica od Trga slobode do Vladicanskog dvora. Nekada se Zmaj Jovina zvala Glavna ulica. U vreme Austrije zvala se nemacki Nauptgasse, a posle Austrougarske nagodbe 1867. godine madarski Fo utca, kasnije ulica Košut Lajoša, dok je za Srbe uvek bila Glavna ulica. Tu su se nalazili ducani i trgovacki magazini, a ispred njih, celom dužinom ulice, bila je glavna pijaca. Kada je ulica premeštena, Glavna ulica postala je trgovacki centar, sa prodavnicama i uglednim zanatskim radnjama. Najstarija zgrada je na broju 28 Kod belog lava sagradena 1780. godine.
Izmedu dva svetska rata nosila je ime kralja Petra I. Za vreme okupacije nazvana je po Musoliniju. Posle oslobodenja, zakratko je ponovo bila Kralja Petra I, zatim Maršala Tita, i konacno Zmaj Jovina.
Današnje ime ulice je Zmaj Jovina, po književniku Jovan Jovanovic Zmaju (Novi Sad 1833 - Sremska Kamenica 1904). Njegova rodna kuca nalazi se u ulici Zlatne grede. Jedno je od najvecih i najpopularnijih imena u srpskoj poeziji. Najveci je srpski deciji pesnik. Uredivao književne, politicko-satiricne i decije listove i casopise. U ulici koja nosi njegovo ime nalazi se spomenik delo Dragana Nikolica iz 1984. godine, a bista i spomen ploca se nalaze u ulici Zlatne grede br. 4.
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Gathering Selenators In Belegrade and Novi Sad 01.02.2015.
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TESLIN VREMEPLOV - Novi Sad 29.05.2016. - 4D - TESLA'S TIMEMACHINE (with English subtitles)
Teslin vremeplov - Prva digitalna predstava posvećena Nikoli Tesli, prikazana putem 4D projekcije povodom obeležavanja 160 godina od njegovog rođenja.
Organizacija: Telekom Srbija
Lokacija: Srbija, Novi Sad, Vladičanski dvor (ugao Zmaj Jovine i Dunavske)
Vreme: 29.05.2016. 22h
Tesla's Timemachine - First digital 4D projection show devoted to Nikola Tesla, conmemmorating 160 years since his birth.
Organizer: Telekom Srbija
Location: Serbia, Novi Sad, Vladičanski dvor - Bishop's Palace (corner of Zmaj Jovina Street and Dunavska Street)
Time: May 29th 2016 at 22h
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