The monument to Laza Kostic

The monument to Laza Kostic, Serbian playwright, and poet, is set in the very center of Novi Sad, on the occasion of 170 years...

The monument to Marina Olenjina

Marina Olenjina (1897-1963) is the woman responsible for the establishment of the Ballet in the Serbian National Theatre in Novi Sad in 1950. Ballet...

The sculpture “Fight of deer”

The sculpture "Fight of deer" is a sculptural work of art known Yugoslav sculptor Jovan Soldatovic (1920-2005). The sculpture is made of bronze and...

The fountain “Nymph”

The Fountain "Girl with a horn of plenty" is better known as the "Nymph" and "Bather" represents the sculptural work of the first Serbian...

The bust of the Azerbaijani composer Uzeyir Hadzibeyli

The bust Uzeyir Hacibeyli, the Azerbaijani composer, is a tribute to the Azerbaijani government to Novi Sad. The bust was discovered in 2011 at...

The bust of the poet Branko Radicevic

The bust of Branko Radicevic in Novi Sad is located in the Danube Park. It is made of bronze. The author is a Novi...

The bust of Platon Atanackovic

Platon Atanackovic (1788-1867) was president of Matica Srpska and a bishop of Backa territory. He was involved in writing, politics and humanitarian work. He...

The bust of Miroslav Antic

Mika Antic (1932-1986) was born in Mokrin, near Novi Sad. He studied Slavic Studies in Belgrade. He worked as a journalist, a freelance reporter,...

The monument to Jasa Tomic

Jacob Jasa Tomic (1856-1922) is best known in the Serbian society as a politician, journalist, and writer. Although he studied medicine, politics was more...

Figure of the Sergiy Radonjeski

Sergiy Radonjeski (1314-1392) is considered as the founder and restorer of Russian monasticism. He is the most respected Russian saint according to the nation’s...