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I enjoy visiting this theater because of the multitude of plays it offers, as well as concerts and cultural activities. Also, although dress code is not as strict as it used to be, I enjoy dressing up in formal suits or gowns to fit the...More
there is a modern architecure building for old art in novi sad .it`s located next to city hall and city center ( liberty squre ).we ask personnel about performances and answers all of performances is to serebian language therefore we didn`t enter inside.it worth to...More
During a few weeks stay in Novi Sad I visited Theatre several times, for comedies (of famous Serbian writer Branislav Nušić), ballet (Swan Lake), opera (Carmina Burana) and all events were highly professional and in a pleasant atmosphere. And the price of a ticket is...More
Very near to the City Hall and city centre.
One of the oldest theatres in Serbia, and the oldest one in the Vojvodina region.
Not very pretty from the outside, but immensly important for its heritage and historical importance.
Home of the second most prominent...More
Just across the building of the City Hall is located the Theatre Square with the Serbian National Theatre building on it. We just followed the street Square of Liberty from the Cathedral Mary and before long got to this very pretty institution, built in very...More
Being the second largest city, the beauty of the city is in it's name which in English translates to " new garden. " Novi Sad is nestled along a bend in the Danube rive, peppered with myriad historical and cultural monuments, verdant parks, bustling squares,...More
My only motive for this review is to point the shallowness of the person who reviewed it before me. Ok, comment was maybe on the building itself, but the building is only a package. A fine one, i would add. I could elaborate on this,...More