Next Stop – Cultural Station!

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.

7. Rumenka Cultural Station

At first glance, Rumenka is a typical suburb in Vojvodina, but what makes it different is its rich cultural heritage which stems from the 13th century, older than the one of Novi Sad. The Rumenka Cultural Station continues to work in the name of the Rumenka cultural centre, whose activities the citizens of Rumenka recognised as channels through which they can preserve the centuries-old identity and introduce new cultural movements and works of young artists. Don’t miss: In the Rumenka CS you’ll be able to experience diverse events such as literature nights, exhibitions, film screenings, creative workshops, concerts and other manifestations. The events promoting amateur work of art as well as programmes oriented towards multiculturalism and multinationalism of this ethnically diverse neighbourhood, are the answers to why you should visit the Rumenka CS.

8. OPENS Cultural Station

📌 Veliki Liman 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 On the slopes of Fruška Gora, about 10 kilometers away from Novi Sad, Bukovac represents an incredible combination of tradition, ecology, culture and adrenaline activities. This cultural station is a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. The cultural-artistic community with practiced international cooperation, named after the famous poet Milica Stojadinović Srpkinja, whose family house is in the centre of Bukovac, constitutes part of this cultural station. The Bukovac CS is surrounded by vast greenery, ideal for outdoor programmes such as concerts. The famous park for extreme sports is in its vicinity as well. Bukovac made the park recognizable within the adrenalin community and gathered a lot of fans of adrenalin over time. Don’t miss: The Bukovac Cultural Station is placed in the building of the former Cultural centre. The old projectors are kept, thus the film screenings are done with the original film strips.

6. Mlin Cultural Station

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.

7. Rumenka Cultural Station

At first glance, Rumenka is a typical suburb in Vojvodina, but what makes it different is its rich cultural heritage which stems from the 13th century, older than the one of Novi Sad. The Rumenka Cultural Station continues to work in the name of the Rumenka cultural centre, whose activities the citizens of Rumenka recognised as channels through which they can preserve the centuries-old identity and introduce new cultural movements and works of young artists. Don’t miss: In the Rumenka CS you’ll be able to experience diverse events such as literature nights, exhibitions, film screenings, creative workshops, concerts and other manifestations. The events promoting amateur work of art as well as programmes oriented towards multiculturalism and multinationalism of this ethnically diverse neighbourhood, are the answers to why you should visit the Rumenka CS.

8. OPENS Cultural Station

📌 Veliki Liman 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 On the slopes of Fruška Gora, about 10 kilometers away from Novi Sad, Bukovac represents an incredible combination of tradition, ecology, culture and adrenaline activities. This cultural station is a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. The cultural-artistic community with practiced international cooperation, named after the famous poet Milica Stojadinović Srpkinja, whose family house is in the centre of Bukovac, constitutes part of this cultural station. The Bukovac CS is surrounded by vast greenery, ideal for outdoor programmes such as concerts. The famous park for extreme sports is in its vicinity as well. Bukovac made the park recognizable within the adrenalin community and gathered a lot of fans of adrenalin over time. Don’t miss: The Bukovac Cultural Station is placed in the building of the former Cultural centre. The old projectors are kept, thus the film screenings are done with the original film strips.

6. Mlin Cultural Station

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.

7. Rumenka Cultural Station

At first glance, Rumenka is a typical suburb in Vojvodina, but what makes it different is its rich cultural heritage which stems from the 13th century, older than the one of Novi Sad. The Rumenka Cultural Station continues to work in the name of the Rumenka cultural centre, whose activities the citizens of Rumenka recognised as channels through which they can preserve the centuries-old identity and introduce new cultural movements and works of young artists. Don’t miss: In the Rumenka CS you’ll be able to experience diverse events such as literature nights, exhibitions, film screenings, creative workshops, concerts and other manifestations. The events promoting amateur work of art as well as programmes oriented towards multiculturalism and multinationalism of this ethnically diverse neighbourhood, are the answers to why you should visit the Rumenka CS.

8. OPENS Cultural Station

📌 Veliki Liman 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 Being one of the most beautiful buildings in Grbavica and allowing its citizens to engage in many recreational and sport activities, Egység marked an important chapter of history of Novi Sad. It was built in 1890, on the occasion of the 100th birthday of the Shooting Association. It’s one of the buildings designed by the famous architect György Molnar. Before it was forgotten about at the end of 20th century, Egység was the place where people used to meet and hang out. The first craft-industrial exhibition and the first Novi Sad fair were held there, as well as dance classes and basketball games. After the World War II, Egység was abandoned and continued to deteriorate in the years to come. Citizens and people from the neighbourhood saved the building from total dilapidation. Cultural events, performances and other creative events started happening in Egység again in 2012. Once again, it became a place for gaining new experiences and new skills. Don’t miss: Balls and banquets used to be organised in the Egység chateau. Nowadays, this gorgeous chateau, which can host up to 200 people, serves as a place for different performances. Its extraordinary acoustics gives additional magic to all the concerts held here. So, if you visit Egység, you’ll definitely going to remember it.

3. Barka Cultural Station

Barka is the perfect example of how bringing the cultural content closer to the citizens of different districts and neighbourhoods, can enrich their everyday lives. This cultural station was opened in 2020 and it became the centre of happenings for the citizens of Slana bara, Vidovdansko naselje and Klisa in the short amount of time. Don’t miss: What makes Barka unique is its capacity and functional space which presents the rich cultural heritage of Klisa in a modern and interactive way. If you want to see the diversities this suburb offers, Barka is the place to begin with.

4. Caravan Cultural Station

The task to make culture available to everyone, regardless of where they live, the Caravan Cultural Station does best. Using the caravan, culture on wheels comes to all corners of Novi Sad, as well as Irig, Beočin and Sremski Karlovci. The caravan revives all districts and suburbs of Novi Sad through small plays, concerts, film screenings, workshops and discussions, with random passers-by as the audience. Equipped with sound and lighting system, the caravan was created so as to use solar panels as alternative source of energy. Don’t miss: You can find the Caravan Cultural Station supporting the local events such as Novi Sad Night Market, the Kaleidoscope of Culture, various exhibitions, dance performances.

5. Bukovac Cultural Station

📌 Fruška gora On the slopes of Fruška Gora, about 10 kilometers away from Novi Sad, Bukovac represents an incredible combination of tradition, ecology, culture and adrenaline activities. This cultural station is a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. The cultural-artistic community with practiced international cooperation, named after the famous poet Milica Stojadinović Srpkinja, whose family house is in the centre of Bukovac, constitutes part of this cultural station. The Bukovac CS is surrounded by vast greenery, ideal for outdoor programmes such as concerts. The famous park for extreme sports is in its vicinity as well. Bukovac made the park recognizable within the adrenalin community and gathered a lot of fans of adrenalin over time. Don’t miss: The Bukovac Cultural Station is placed in the building of the former Cultural centre. The old projectors are kept, thus the film screenings are done with the original film strips.

6. Mlin Cultural Station

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.

7. Rumenka Cultural Station

At first glance, Rumenka is a typical suburb in Vojvodina, but what makes it different is its rich cultural heritage which stems from the 13th century, older than the one of Novi Sad. The Rumenka Cultural Station continues to work in the name of the Rumenka cultural centre, whose activities the citizens of Rumenka recognised as channels through which they can preserve the centuries-old identity and introduce new cultural movements and works of young artists. Don’t miss: In the Rumenka CS you’ll be able to experience diverse events such as literature nights, exhibitions, film screenings, creative workshops, concerts and other manifestations. The events promoting amateur work of art as well as programmes oriented towards multiculturalism and multinationalism of this ethnically diverse neighbourhood, are the answers to why you should visit the Rumenka CS.

8. OPENS Cultural Station

📌 Veliki Liman 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 200 years ago, this building in the Almaš neighbourhood, one of the oldest city districts, used to be the silk dyeing factory. It retained that purpose up until the 70s. Today, Svilara is the place that gathers artists, creative people and basically anyone who would like to participate in the city’s cultural activities. Svilara was reconstructed for these purposes. You will recognize it by its distinct chimney which dominates the Almaš neighbourhood. Since its opening in 2008, it hosted hundreds of artists and visitors within the large number of various events, including theatre plays, contemporary performances, workshops, panels and programmes for children. Don’t miss: The plateau in front of Svilara, with outdoor activities in spring and summer, became one of the favourite places where people from the neighbourhood like to meet and hang out. It replaced the squares many cities have, but which don’t exist in the Almaš neighbourhood due to the uneven intersection of the streets. We recommend visiting Svilara during some of the outdoor film screenings.

2. Egység Cultural Station

Being one of the most beautiful buildings in Grbavica and allowing its citizens to engage in many recreational and sport activities, Egység marked an important chapter of history of Novi Sad. It was built in 1890, on the occasion of the 100th birthday of the Shooting Association. It’s one of the buildings designed by the famous architect György Molnar. Before it was forgotten about at the end of 20th century, Egység was the place where people used to meet and hang out. The first craft-industrial exhibition and the first Novi Sad fair were held there, as well as dance classes and basketball games. After the World War II, Egység was abandoned and continued to deteriorate in the years to come. Citizens and people from the neighbourhood saved the building from total dilapidation. Cultural events, performances and other creative events started happening in Egység again in 2012. Once again, it became a place for gaining new experiences and new skills. Don’t miss: Balls and banquets used to be organised in the Egység chateau. Nowadays, this gorgeous chateau, which can host up to 200 people, serves as a place for different performances. Its extraordinary acoustics gives additional magic to all the concerts held here. So, if you visit Egység, you’ll definitely going to remember it.

3. Barka Cultural Station

Barka is the perfect example of how bringing the cultural content closer to the citizens of different districts and neighbourhoods, can enrich their everyday lives. This cultural station was opened in 2020 and it became the centre of happenings for the citizens of Slana bara, Vidovdansko naselje and Klisa in the short amount of time. Don’t miss: What makes Barka unique is its capacity and functional space which presents the rich cultural heritage of Klisa in a modern and interactive way. If you want to see the diversities this suburb offers, Barka is the place to begin with.

4. Caravan Cultural Station

The task to make culture available to everyone, regardless of where they live, the Caravan Cultural Station does best. Using the caravan, culture on wheels comes to all corners of Novi Sad, as well as Irig, Beočin and Sremski Karlovci. The caravan revives all districts and suburbs of Novi Sad through small plays, concerts, film screenings, workshops and discussions, with random passers-by as the audience. Equipped with sound and lighting system, the caravan was created so as to use solar panels as alternative source of energy. Don’t miss: You can find the Caravan Cultural Station supporting the local events such as Novi Sad Night Market, the Kaleidoscope of Culture, various exhibitions, dance performances.

5. Bukovac Cultural Station

📌 Fruška gora On the slopes of Fruška Gora, about 10 kilometers away from Novi Sad, Bukovac represents an incredible combination of tradition, ecology, culture and adrenaline activities. This cultural station is a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. The cultural-artistic community with practiced international cooperation, named after the famous poet Milica Stojadinović Srpkinja, whose family house is in the centre of Bukovac, constitutes part of this cultural station. The Bukovac CS is surrounded by vast greenery, ideal for outdoor programmes such as concerts. The famous park for extreme sports is in its vicinity as well. Bukovac made the park recognizable within the adrenalin community and gathered a lot of fans of adrenalin over time. Don’t miss: The Bukovac Cultural Station is placed in the building of the former Cultural centre. The old projectors are kept, thus the film screenings are done with the original film strips.

6. Mlin Cultural Station

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.

7. Rumenka Cultural Station

At first glance, Rumenka is a typical suburb in Vojvodina, but what makes it different is its rich cultural heritage which stems from the 13th century, older than the one of Novi Sad. The Rumenka Cultural Station continues to work in the name of the Rumenka cultural centre, whose activities the citizens of Rumenka recognised as channels through which they can preserve the centuries-old identity and introduce new cultural movements and works of young artists. Don’t miss: In the Rumenka CS you’ll be able to experience diverse events such as literature nights, exhibitions, film screenings, creative workshops, concerts and other manifestations. The events promoting amateur work of art as well as programmes oriented towards multiculturalism and multinationalism of this ethnically diverse neighbourhood, are the answers to why you should visit the Rumenka CS.

8. OPENS Cultural Station

📌 Veliki Liman 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

Cultural Stations, as centres that provide various cultural content and give young artists the opportunity to present their works to their fellow citizens, blend perfectly into the city’s rhythm – the city already labelled cultural hub of the region, which was additionally affirmed by the European Capital of Culture title it holds. At the same time, these cultural stations brought newness and life to the cultural scene of Novi Sad and its districts by using their potential and aims at decentralisation of culture, thus giving the opportunity to every citizen to participate and enjoy using and creating cultural contents.

Eight locations that used to be industrial and recreational centres, whose walls witness the history and events that shaped this city, are the places for new events in Novi Sad today. Most events in the cultural stations are free and open to public, while their diverse programmes suit anyone, regardless of age or education.

1. Svilara Cultural Station

📌 Almas Neighbourhood 200 years ago, this building in the Almaš neighbourhood, one of the oldest city districts, used to be the silk dyeing factory. It retained that purpose up until the 70s. Today, Svilara is the place that gathers artists, creative people and basically anyone who would like to participate in the city’s cultural activities. Svilara was reconstructed for these purposes. You will recognize it by its distinct chimney which dominates the Almaš neighbourhood. Since its opening in 2008, it hosted hundreds of artists and visitors within the large number of various events, including theatre plays, contemporary performances, workshops, panels and programmes for children. Don’t miss: The plateau in front of Svilara, with outdoor activities in spring and summer, became one of the favourite places where people from the neighbourhood like to meet and hang out. It replaced the squares many cities have, but which don’t exist in the Almaš neighbourhood due to the uneven intersection of the streets. We recommend visiting Svilara during some of the outdoor film screenings.

2. Egység Cultural Station

Being one of the most beautiful buildings in Grbavica and allowing its citizens to engage in many recreational and sport activities, Egység marked an important chapter of history of Novi Sad. It was built in 1890, on the occasion of the 100th birthday of the Shooting Association. It’s one of the buildings designed by the famous architect György Molnar. Before it was forgotten about at the end of 20th century, Egység was the place where people used to meet and hang out. The first craft-industrial exhibition and the first Novi Sad fair were held there, as well as dance classes and basketball games. After the World War II, Egység was abandoned and continued to deteriorate in the years to come. Citizens and people from the neighbourhood saved the building from total dilapidation. Cultural events, performances and other creative events started happening in Egység again in 2012. Once again, it became a place for gaining new experiences and new skills. Don’t miss: Balls and banquets used to be organised in the Egység chateau. Nowadays, this gorgeous chateau, which can host up to 200 people, serves as a place for different performances. Its extraordinary acoustics gives additional magic to all the concerts held here. So, if you visit Egység, you’ll definitely going to remember it.

3. Barka Cultural Station

Barka is the perfect example of how bringing the cultural content closer to the citizens of different districts and neighbourhoods, can enrich their everyday lives. This cultural station was opened in 2020 and it became the centre of happenings for the citizens of Slana bara, Vidovdansko naselje and Klisa in the short amount of time. Don’t miss: What makes Barka unique is its capacity and functional space which presents the rich cultural heritage of Klisa in a modern and interactive way. If you want to see the diversities this suburb offers, Barka is the place to begin with.

4. Caravan Cultural Station

The task to make culture available to everyone, regardless of where they live, the Caravan Cultural Station does best. Using the caravan, culture on wheels comes to all corners of Novi Sad, as well as Irig, Beočin and Sremski Karlovci. The caravan revives all districts and suburbs of Novi Sad through small plays, concerts, film screenings, workshops and discussions, with random passers-by as the audience. Equipped with sound and lighting system, the caravan was created so as to use solar panels as alternative source of energy. Don’t miss: You can find the Caravan Cultural Station supporting the local events such as Novi Sad Night Market, the Kaleidoscope of Culture, various exhibitions, dance performances.

5. Bukovac Cultural Station

📌 Fruška gora On the slopes of Fruška Gora, about 10 kilometers away from Novi Sad, Bukovac represents an incredible combination of tradition, ecology, culture and adrenaline activities. This cultural station is a perfect getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. The cultural-artistic community with practiced international cooperation, named after the famous poet Milica Stojadinović Srpkinja, whose family house is in the centre of Bukovac, constitutes part of this cultural station. The Bukovac CS is surrounded by vast greenery, ideal for outdoor programmes such as concerts. The famous park for extreme sports is in its vicinity as well. Bukovac made the park recognizable within the adrenalin community and gathered a lot of fans of adrenalin over time. Don’t miss: The Bukovac Cultural Station is placed in the building of the former Cultural centre. The old projectors are kept, thus the film screenings are done with the original film strips.

6. Mlin Cultural Station

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.

7. Rumenka Cultural Station

At first glance, Rumenka is a typical suburb in Vojvodina, but what makes it different is its rich cultural heritage which stems from the 13th century, older than the one of Novi Sad. The Rumenka Cultural Station continues to work in the name of the Rumenka cultural centre, whose activities the citizens of Rumenka recognised as channels through which they can preserve the centuries-old identity and introduce new cultural movements and works of young artists. Don’t miss: In the Rumenka CS you’ll be able to experience diverse events such as literature nights, exhibitions, film screenings, creative workshops, concerts and other manifestations. The events promoting amateur work of art as well as programmes oriented towards multiculturalism and multinationalism of this ethnically diverse neighbourhood, are the answers to why you should visit the Rumenka CS.

8. OPENS Cultural Station

📌 Veliki Liman 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

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