Serbia, Subotica Guide (B): Capturing the Devastating Beauty of Subotica, Serbia
Secluded in the far north of Serbia lies the small city of Subotica. Nestled by the Hungarian border, this quiet city is home to its fair share of beautiful sights. From its ornate architecture to its relaxed, verdant streets, Subotica is the perfect kind of destination to simply stroll about. Although it’s not a well-known destination quite yet, I can see that changing as Serbia grows ever more popular. Below are some of the sights travellers can be treated to in this devastatingly adorable city.
For such a small city, the main square in Subotica is surprisingly large and that’s to say nothing of the city’s immense Town Hall. Whereas other European cities may centre on a cathedral or castle, the heart of this Serbian city is its vibrant and ornate Town Hall. Dating from the early 20th century, this art nouveau masterpiece dominates the cityscape. Even if it weren’t for its size, passersby would be captivated by its bold, ornate details. I do believe you can climb its tower, however it appeared to be closed the Sunday I was there. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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