Novi Sad, Vojvodina province by neron Star this if you like it!

Novi Sad (pop.300,000) is among the Serbs known as "Serbian Athens"- a city where Serbian cultural revival began since the end of the 18th century. Like the rest of Vojvodina (today's Northern Serbia), it belonged to Austro-Hungary until 1918 and it is the center of the most diverse province/area in Europe. Vojvodina (size of Slovenia) has more than 38 nationalities and no less than 6 official languages. It is also the most developed part of Serbia- so called "Central European Serbia", or "Pannonian Serbia".


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