Danube Street/Dunavska ulica, Novi Sad
Dunavska Street is one of the oldest streets in Novi Sad. They start with CIty Library (opposite the Bishop's Palace) and stretch to Danube park.
There are shops, restaurants and coffé bars. There are also The Museum of Vojvodina and The City Museum of Novi Sad. This is one more pedestrian zone in city center.
One of the oldest, but the most beautiful streets in Novi Sad is Dunavska street. In continuation of the Dunavska Street is Dunavski park where is located the monument of Djura Jaksic. At the other side of Dunavska street is Zmaj Jovina street, the main street where is, beside many impressive buildings, also located the Zmaj Jova monument. The building of the Museum of Vojvodina is in Dunavska street (1900) designed by Gyula Vagner.
Novi Sad City Library is one of biggest public library in Republic of Serbia.
The beginnings of this isntitution in Novi Sad starts on 23 September 1845 by the establishment of the Serbian Reading Room of Novi Sad. In 1958 become part of today town library together with library called Djura Danicic ("Đura Daničić") which is today name of lending department of library.
This is the main library in South Backa district (Južnobački okrug). It is designs to monitors the development of library services in a network of 250 libraries and library units.
The branch network of the City Library consists of 26 library branches (in the suburbs) and two special funds: the Regional Collection and Reading.
Regional Collection, with about 22000 books and nearly 300 cultural monuments, has the character of a museum collection.
Lending department for adult users called Djura Daničić has about 65 000 books of fiction and popular science literature in Serbian and foreign languages.
Children's Department, with over 32 000 books and picture books, a computer with educational games and workshops intended for children, it is a place to grow the youngest users.
This is also venue of many cultural events for all generations and it is without any fee. Actually, I found very interesting exhibit on windows and in main enter to library.
- summer season during week: 07:30 till 20:00
- winter season during week: 07:30 till 20:00
- Saturdays: 08:00 till 14:00
- closed on Sunday.