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

Jewish population represented a significant part in Novi Sad's total population until the outbreak of WWII, and suprisingly, so were the Germans. Most of the city's Jews have unfortunately been found hiding in this synagogue in 1942 and shot dead by Nazis. Ethnic Germans have fled the city after WWII was over. This avenue carries the name "Jewish", in order to pay tribute to its lost citizens.

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