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Homeowner's association wants Novi family to remove Virgin Mary statue
According to the census results, the municipality has a population of , inhabitants, while the urban area has , inhabitants. Since , when the new statute of the city of Novi Sad came into effect, Novi Sad is divided into two city municipalities, Petrovaradin and Novi Sad. From until , the name Municipality of Novi Sad meant the whole territory of the present-day city of Novi Sad. Today, municipality doesn't have its own offices. The city municipalities of Novi Sad were established in because of the sole reason that Novi Sad can get the city status under then-standing law. Under the new Constitution of Serbia from November , city doesn't have to be divided into municipalities to get the city status.
Novi family angry over request to remove Virgin Mary statue
Neusatz , city on the Danube in Vojvodina, Serbia. Some Jews from Belgrade seem to have settled at the foot of the later Petroraradin fortress in the 16 th century. Under Ottoman rule 16 th —17 th centuries they were treated well and engaged in trade on the Danube.
Start in the main square, Trg Slobode, topped and tailed with the impressive neo-Renaissance city hall and the graceful neo-Gothic Church of the Name of Mary. Carry on to Dunavski Park for a stroll through greenery before reaching the Danube and the hulking Petrovaradin Fortress on the opposite hillside. Get a handle on the fascinating history of the Vojvodina region — the most multi-ethnic in the former Yugoslavia — at the Museum of Vojvodina opposite Dunavski Park. The stars of its antiquities section are three Roman helmets made of gold, and the rest of the museum offers glimpses into why the region became home to Hungarians, Croats, Slovaks, Romanians and Ruthenians over the centuries.