Churches

Numerous Novi Sad communities of different confessions built their own temples – distinctive witnesses of prosperity and Calvary throughout centuries, alongside with efforts invested in improving the economic, social and cultural life of Novi Sad. Nowadays, not only the marvellous architecture of numerous temples but also richly decorated interior of churches and synagogues, together with the positioning of these religious buildings along main touristic routes deserve special attention of the visitors.

Roman Catholic Parish Church of “The Name of Mary”

Roman Catholic Parish Church of “The Name of Mary” (also known as the Cathedral) is built in Neo-Gothic style between 1893 and At the Square of Liberty it takes a significant place, exactly where the older churches used to be...
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Serbian Orthodox Church of St. George – Congregational church

SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH OF THE SAINT GEORGE is the orthodox cathedral and is situated next to the Bishop’s Palace. Contemporary church is a one-nave building with a triple altar apse and with a tall Neo- Baroque belfry on the west....
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The Church of Assumption of the Holy Mother of God – The Assumption Church

SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH OF THE ASSUMPTION OF THE VIRGIN- THE USPENSKA CHURCH is a monument of culture of a great importance. The oldest church on this site was probably built in the first decades of the 18th century. This one...
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Novi Sad Synagogue

THE NOVOSADSKA SYNAGOGUE WITH JEWISH SCHOOL AND JEWISH COMMUNITY represents a cultural and historic complex of a great importance. It is constructed by a famous Budapest architect Lipot Baumhorn who is best known for his synagogues (in Zrenjanin, Novi Sad,...
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Serbian Orthodox Church of Relocation of the Relics of St. Nicholas

SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH OF TRANSFER OF THE RELICS OF SAINT NICHOLAS- NIKOLAJEVSKA CHURCH is the oldest church in Novi Sad. It was consecrated in 1730 and its patrons were brothers Bogdanovic who built it to be their family crypt. The...
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Serbian Orthodox Church of Three Holy Hierarchs (locally known as Almaška)

SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH OF SAINT THREE HIERARCH- ALMASKA CHURCH is a cultural monument of great importance. It was built in 1797 according to the project of Martin Kovcarski. It is one nave, classicist temple with a tall, massive belfry standing...
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Reform Christian Church

THE REFORMIST CHRISTIAN CHURCH is at Safarikova Street. The church community of the Reformist Christian church was founded in 1808 and the first followers were Hungarians, mostly from Erdelj. Today, there are two Reformist churches in Novi Sad, one in...
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Slovak Evangelical Church A.V.

SLOVAK EVANGELIST CHURCH A.V. is at Jovana Subotica Street. The firstwritten documents on Slovaks in Novi Sad (formerly called Petrovaradin moat) are dating from the first decades of 18th century. The church that exists was built in 1886 by a...
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Greek Catholic Church of Saint Apostles Peter and Paul

GREEK CATHOLIC CHURCH OF THE SAINT APOSTLES PETER AND PAUL is at Mileticeva Street, at the centre of Novi Sad. The Greek- Catholic parish was founded in 1780. The followers are mostly Ruthenians, Ukrainians and Romanians. The church was built...
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Roman Catholic Church of Saint George

ROMAN-CATHOLIC CHURCH OF THE SAINT JURAJ with a convent was built in baroque style between 1701 and 1714, and a residency of the convent in 1734. On the façade of the church is a statue of the founder of the...
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