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    Liman Market: Best equipped market in Novi Sad

    by miman Updated Aug 18, 2006

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    Liman market

    The Liman market is a personification of a contemporary urban market place, compatible for supplying the citizen with fresh food and consumer goods. It was built-up during the past three years on a surface of 10.613 m2. On the market plateau, which is completely bounded with a groundfloor construction with 49 stores and shops with various contents, there are located 248 stands for selling agricultural products and job lot. Within, there is a hall with a surface of 230m2, equiped with 30 showcase-refrigerants intended for the selling of dairy products, fresh fowl faul and paste food, with cooling-storages and a storage area.
    Equiped with a provision driveway, and electronic navigable ramps on both sides, a sanitary knot for visitors and sellers, a contemporary telephone-exchange, electronic fire-protection systems and cameras that are able to track every part of the market from one centre, it represents an example of a modern organized and functional market.
    The Liman market earns for sure the epithet of the best equipped and organized market of this kind in the country.

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    Nylon market: Nylon market

    by miman Written Aug 18, 2006

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    Nylon market

    The Nylon market arised spontaneously in the sixties of the past century on the right side of the Temerin street. At first it consisted of two tracks of fitted nylons and newspapers on the ground, wherefrom the citizen have put out and selled old second-hand clothes and foot-ware, old defective household devices and some other job lot.
    After its dislocation to the left side of the Temerin street, the Nylon market overgrew in course of time into a real "flea" market.
    Today, the Nylon market takes a surface of approximatelly 41.000 m2. From a total of 2887 sales outlets, 509 of them are envisaged for the selling of used cars, and there are 23 shops in the built-up objects within the market.
    On base of the new regulation plan, the Nylon market has extensively expanded during the period between 2003. and 2004., and great efforts have been made on the plateau constitution , the infrastructure , in building the entering-exiting ramp , two sanitary knots were built for the tendants and visitors … It is planed to adapt the surrounding streets to the requirements of this market, which pertains in first order to an extensively increment of the number of parking places for the visitors, whose number nowadays reaches 50.000 on Sundays.
    With the evolutional program of the enterprise it is envisaged to totally modernize this market in several phases, in the coming years, in order to become equal to its current examples, the famous "flea-boulevards" in Paris , Roma, London...

    What to buy: Nylon market offering a great deal of various second-hand goods, antiques, used cars, furniture, woodwork, fuel wood, cattle and cattle food and pets, fruit, vegetables, etc.

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    Futoska pijaca: Buy the fruit

    by miman Written Aug 18, 2006

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    Futoska

    It was built on this location at the beginning of the XX century, and is one of the most visited market places, and best provided with agricultural products and various job lot.
    On a surface of 5000 m2 there are located 400 stands, 20 shops and a closed hall with showcase-refrigerants for selling dairy products, fresh fowl faul and paste foods.
    It is located inwardly the future business centre in Novi Sad . In the town plan it is scheduled to build-up a multi-level trade-business centre on the todays market place in whose midpoint would be an overlayed market .
    This entire business complex would have a multi-level garage, shops, banks, cinemas, catering.. In order to achieve a fast construction of this, for the town important trade-business centre, our firm has during the year 2003. sufinanced an open competition for an architectural solution of the trading centre “Futog`s market” . The first remunerated solution is the work of a group of young architects from Novi Sad .

    What to buy: Everything: fruit, vegetables, eggs, meat, clothes, local craft, cosmetics, flowers, shoes, toys.

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    Sad Novi Bazar: Sad...Novi Bazar

    by miman Updated Jul 20, 2006

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    Very modern Shoping Centre.
    On 1st February, after full refurbishment, the shopping centre „Sad Novi Bazaar“ was ceremoniously opened in Novi Sad,. With its attractive shopping area and a diversity of offered contents on four floors, the newly opened shopping centre will certainly become a favorite shopping venue, while the results achieved through refurbishment fully justify the ambitious promotion slogan ’’FOR PERFECT SHOPPING’’.
    In the very centre of the „Sad Novi Bazaar“ is the first ZARA shop in our country, and the excellent supply of fashion is guaranteed by Mexx, Nike Woman, Esprit, Tom Tailor, Legend, Kronos, and others.

    What to buy: Place where you can find - EVERYTHING.
    In the very centre of the „Sad Novi Bazaar“ is the first ZARA shop in our country, and the excellent supply of fashion is guaranteed by Mexx, Nike Woman, Esprit, Tom Tailor, Legend, Kronos, and others.

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    Zmaj Jovina and Dunavska: Shops in Novi Sad

    by LeaJoy Updated Dec 10, 2005

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    There are two streets in the centre of Novi Sad (Zmaj Jovina and Dunavska streets) where most of the stores are. There you can find Mango, Terranova, Diesel, Sisley, Benetton, Levis, Champion ... There are a lot of other shops around, but they usually sell low priced, low-quality clothes made in Turkey or China.
    If you're into shoes, check out Baby Blue, in Zmaj Jovina street, where you can find quality Italian shoes. Prices range from about 50 to 200 euros.
    Also, there is a fantastic bookstore called IPS in Zmaj Jovina street where you can buy books in English, dicitonaries, music cds, magazines..
    If you're on tight budget winter sales begin usually around New Year's Eve, and summer sales around 5th of July but even without them, prices in Serbia are still among the lowest in Europe (except for food). Enjoy!

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    little passages

    by enroute Written Jul 26, 2003

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    There are many little passages in the main street and Dunavska street (especially there!), where you can crawl in and explore little shops that offer just about anything!
    Another convenient shopping site is Spens where you can find everything, but it's not nearly as attractive as little streets in the center.

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    Pariski magazin: shoping centar

    by Anelie Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    pariski magazin

    Here you can find a lot clothes...but as that you can buy toys..or have a coffie....and it looks quite nice!!!!!!!

    What to pay: You can find here diferent prizes....expensive and chep

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    SPENS: Where to buy shoes, clothes , bags , everything..

    by goga4444 Written Aug 31, 2003

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    SPENS Novi Sad

    Place where you can find and buy everything you want ... look arround :)
    SPENS = Sports and Bussines Center Vojvodina. It has about 150 shops, a cinema, and several congress venues.

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