Adamovićevo Naselje

Adamovićevo Naselje (Serbian: Адамовићево Насеље) is an urban neighborhood of the city of Novi Sad, Serbia.

Adamovićevo Naselje
Адамовићево Насеље
Panoramic view of Adamovićevo Naselje
Panoramic view of Adamovićevo Naselje
Adamovićevo Naselje is located in Novi Sad
Adamovićevo Naselje
Adamovićevo Naselje
Location within Novi Sad
Coordinates: 45°14′43″N 19°49′26″E / 45.24528°N 19.82389°E / 45.24528; 19.82389Coordinates: 45°14′43″N 19°49′26″E / 45.24528°N 19.82389°E / 45.24528; 19.82389
Country Serbia
ProvinceVojvodina
DistrictSouth Bačka
MunicipalityNovi Sad
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Area code+381(0)21
Car platesNS

BordersEdit

 
Map of the urban area of Novi Sad, showing the location of Adamovićevo Naselje
 
Cara Dušana Street

The northern border of Adamovićevo Naselje is Futoška ulica (Futoška Street), the eastern borders are Ulica Vojvode Knićanina (Vojvoda Knićanin Street) and Ulica Kola srpskih sestara (Kolo srpskih sestara Street), the southern border is Bulevar cara Lazara (Boulevard of tzar Lazar), and the western border is Bulevar Evrope (Boulevard of Europe).

In other words, Adamovićevo Naselje is located between Liman 4 in the south, Grbavica in the east, Telep in the west, and Sajmište with Provincial hospital in the north.

FeaturesEdit

There are two schools in Adamovićevo Naselje: Vasa Stajić elementary school, and April 7 secondary school of medicine.

This part of the city is mostly composed of private houses, but in recent time (circa from the year 2000), more tier buildings have been built, mostly on major artery, Cara Dušana Street.

The Institute for public health of Vojvodina[1] (also known as "Higijenski zavod") and University of Novi Sad Institute for poplar research[2] (Institut za topolarstvo) are situated within the neighborhood.

Adamovićevo Naselje is home to some of the city's wealthiest families.[citation needed] It houses business headquarters and/or private homes of the owners of "Swisslion" (food and candy industry), "Matijević" (meat industry, "Aleksandar" (real-estate developers), and "Rodić MB" (a retail company).[citation needed]

In year 2006, "Subotički bulevar" (Subotica Boulevard) was built. It is located in the place where railway tracks used to run through (space formerly occupied by Ulica Polgar Andraša (Polgar Andraš Street) and Ulica Novaka Radonjića (Novak Radonjić Street)), on the western border of Adamovićevo Naselje. Since completion of the new boulevard, many tier buildings were built in this area, with many more being under construction.[citation needed]

HistoryEdit

Its old name was Daranjijevo Naselje (Daranji Telep). In 1927, it was named Adamovićevo Naselje after a famous Adamović family. Until 1944, name Adamovićevo Naselje was used for both, present-day Adamovićevo Naselje and present-day Telep, but since 1944, Telep is considered a separate neighborhood.

PoliticsEdit

Seat of the local municipality "7. Juli" (which also includes some parts of Grbavica neighborhood) is located in Adamovićevo Naselje, in Miše Dimitrijevića street.

Religious buildingsEdit

There are several religious buildings in the neighborhood:

  • Protestant theological college
  • Christian Baptist Church and Evangelic Church
  • Religious building of Protestant Christian Community
  • Jehovah's Witnesses prayer hall
  • Masjid of Islamic Religious Community
  • Franciscan monastery of Saint Ivan Kapistran
  • Uniate monastery

Public transportationEdit

Lines 2, 6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56 and 70 of municipal transportation company JGSP Novi Sad are going through or pass by Adamovićevo naselje.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • Jovan Mirosavljević, Brevijar ulica Novog Sada 1745-2001, Novi Sad, 2002.
  • Zoran Rapajić, Novi Sad bez tajni, Beograd, 2002.
  • 30 godina mesne zajednice "7. Juli" u Novom Sadu 1974-2004, Novi Sad, 2004.