A nad Novim Sadom / And above of Novi Sad

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Mi smo kućni miševi. Mesto na kome se najviše osećamo svoji i sigurni je između naša četiri zida fizički, a u našem svetu fantazije psihički. Ipak, ponekada, poželimo da vidimo nešto novo te promolimo nos napolje, u svet. Kako niko od nas dvoje ne vozi, neki dalji izleti u sopstvenoj režiji nisu mogući, te se uglavnom držimo okoline. Tako smo letos, prvog dana godišnjeg odmora, ustali rano ujutru i zaputili se autobusom za Novi Sad.

Novi Sad, drugi grad po veličini u Srbiji i (iako nisam videla sve gradove) po meni prvi po lepoti. Nekoliko puta ranije sam već bila u njemu, tako da nisam potpuni stranac. A sa velikim Bulevarom oslobođenja i GPS-om na telefonu, svako se može snaći.

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Labudovi, stanovnici jezera u Dunavskom parku
Srpsko narodno pozorište
Srpsko narodno pozorište
Crkva imena Marijinog
Crkva imena Marijinog
Gradska kuća, Trg Slobode
Gradska kuća, Trg Slobode
Vladičanski dvor
Vladičanski dvor
Dunavski park
Dunavski park
Petrovaradin
Petrovaradin
Pogled sa Petrovaradinske tvrđave na Novi Sad i Varadinski most
Pogled sa Petrovaradinske tvrđave na Novi Sad i Varadinski most
Sat na Petrovaradinskoj tvrđavi
Sat na Petrovaradinskoj tvrđavi

CAM00083I posle celog dana pešačenja (i pešačenja i pešačenja), plus plivanja na Štrandu, vidljivi su tragovi sunca i umora.

Bez snage da se više negde smucamo, sat vremena pred polazak poslednjeg autobusa za Beograd, smestili smo se na prvu slobodnu klupu na Bulevaru i samo još malo „upijali“ Novi Sad. Divan grad, divnih ljudi.

Sada, kada razgledam slike, krivo mi je što nisam ponela fotoaparat, jer su sve slikane telefonom… A i nema ih mnogo. Ne vredi, potrebne su oči i duša da se uhvati i deo šarma ovog grada, a fotoaparat ima samo objektiv 🙂

Obećavamo sebi (a tako i vama) vraćaćemo se mi još u Neoplantu, jer smo ovaj put samo zagrebali površinu lepota koje ima da ponudi.

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CAM00037We are like house mice. The place where we feel most safe and like ourselves is among our four walls – physically and in our fantasy world – mentally. However, sometimes we want to see something new and poke our noses out into the world. As neither of us is driving, any further trips on our own are not possible, so we stick to nearby places. That’s what we did this year, on the first day of our summer holiday. Got up early in the morning and headed by bus to Novi Sad.

Novi Sad is the second largest city in Serbia and although I have not seen all the cities, for me personally, first in beauty. I have visited it several times before, so I’m not a complete stranger. A large Boulevard of liberation and GPS on your phone, anyone can find his way.

The Serbian National Theatre
The Serbian National Theatre
The Name of Mary Catholic Church
The Name of Mary Catholic Church
Novi Sad City Hall, Freedom Square
Novi Sad City Hall, Freedom Square
The Bishop's Palace
The Bishop’s Palace
Danube Park
Danube Park
Petrovaradin
Petrovaradin
View from the Petrovaradin Fortress on Novi Sad and Varadin bridge
View from the Petrovaradin Fortress on Novi Sad and Varadin bridge
Watch at the Petrovaradin Fortress
Watch at the Petrovaradin Fortress

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And after a full day of walking (and walking and some more walking), plus swimming at the Strand, traces of sun and fatigue are visible.

Without the strength for more strolling around an hour before the departure of last bus to Belgrade, we placed our behinds on the first empty bench on the Boulevard and spend the rest of time “absorbing” Novi Sad. Beautiful town, beautiful people.

Now, when I look at these photos, I regret not bringing camera, because all were taken with the phone… And there’s not many of them. Photos are nice, but they just won’t do. You need eyes and a soul to grasp the charm of this city, and a camera only has a lens 🙂

We promise to ourselves (and by that, to you) that we will be going back to Neoplanta, because this time we have only scratched the surface of the beauty that it has to offer.

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