Once upon a time, this space used to be called Great Liman, during the 20th century it was industrial zone, and then craftsmen and artists with their ateliers relocated to these factories, laying the groundwork for the future creative district, the unique artistic quarter. The OPENS Cultural Station found its place there. The former Petar Drapšin factory was completely reconstructed, paying attention to preservation of the history of industrial development of Novi Sad and the authentic identity the workers from the former factories of wire, nails, iron constructions, artistic stones, left as founding fathers of the new activism. Don’t miss: The OPENS CS was envisaged as a place in which artists will be able not just to create and exhibit their works, but also spend time there, exchange ideas, define and strengthen the Novi Sad cultural scene through connecting with other artists. If you want to experience culture in a slightly different way, come visit the OPENS Cultural Station. Photo: Vladimir Veličković, Jelena Ivanović In the working area, in the period of industrial development of Novi Sad during the 20th century, there were factories and family houses where workers lived with their families. They left a considerable mark in the history of the city not just when it comes to the industrialisation. In Radnička Street, at the place of the former pasta factory, there is a cultural station Mlin. Mlin’s programme and cultural events, including fine art, drama, dance, music and other creative workshops and festivals, are primarily designed for children. Don’t miss: Mlin fosters a 3-decade long tradition with Raspustilište as its main programme, created with the aim to offer children the space for learning and having fun during summer and winter breaks, making this an ideal place for the young ones.