Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Subotica - Hungarian taste in Serbia

Belgrade, June, 04. 2010 (Serbia Today) - Subotica is the second largest city in Serbia northern region Vojvodina placed near Hungarian border. The population includes Hungarian and Serbian citizens and offers the beauty of different cultures, religions and nationalities. Subotica is situated 178 kilometers from Belgrade on the international road E-75 and railway itinerary which connects the Balkans with east and west Europe. It will charm you with diversity of its architectural styles ranging from gothic, secession and neoclassicism. Subotica was declared the "Free Royal City" in 1779. One of the greatest buildings in he town is theatre building in the central square. Also you could  enjoy visiting  old Town Hall - a monumental building from the early XXth century with ornaments and mosaics of great artistic value, Town Museum, City library, Catholic Cathedral and Jewish Sinagogue - the biggest in Vojvodina. Subotica is the town of numerous cultural events - international Film Festival, Barbers' days on  Palic, The May Holidays, Children Theater Festival, Duzijanca - harvest festivities. In  Subotica  surrounding you can visit picnic arias Palic Lake and Ludosko lake.

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