Is a large Art Nouveau style, made of ceramic in an electric shade of cobalt blue. Specially nice at night. At first sight it could seem a work of the catalan architect Gaudí, cause the sinuose shapes, but is not
Nowone should miss it when visiting Subotica. Is in the center, so is impossible you don't see it ;).
Built in 1903 by the 2 Hungarian architects, Marcel Komor and Dezso Jakab, in Art Nouveau style, is easily the town's most impressive building. With fancy gables and towers, patterned brickwork and Gaudi's colours. Apart from the town hall, the bulding also houses banks, restaurants, gift shops and the municipal museum.
The Clocktower, the tallest building in the city (80m) can be seen from virtually every point in the city. Is possible to take a tour up to the tower, and hae a good view oer the town and the surrounding countryside.
This centric street is maybe the most beautiful in the city. Plenty of shops, restaurants and bars, and facades completly Art Nouveau and Secessionist style. With lot of colours and little details. Here, for example, you can find the bulding of the Continental Banka, wich has heart shapes around the windows and trompe l'oeil shutters on the uppper floor.
The People's Theatre (Narodno Pozoriste or Népszínház in Hungarian) is placed facing the Town Hall.
Is the oldest theatre in the country, and the 6 tall pillars that compose the facade are from 1854. Neoclassical architecture.
There is a very ice ZOO in Palic 7km away form Subotica. It is large and animals have a lot of space.
The ticket is 100 dinars ( 1 euro =70 dinars)
For more pics of animals in the ZOO just click here
I sugges you to visit Subotica at summer,and than you can go to the Palic lake with a great climate and surrounding