Cities in Serbia unfolds unique stories of its former days, which differ from each other. Such is the city of Subotica.
Serbia cities are the victims of civil wars and portray a mixed culture of Serbia and its colonial rulers. Subotica is a small town yet is the commercial abode of Serbia.
Subotica lies in the northern part of Serbia and is closer to the border of Hungary. The city of Serbia was established in the 15th century and was mainly inhabited by the Turks, Dalmatians, Hungarians, Serbs, Germans, Slovens, Jews, Gypsies, Austrians, Slovaks and the Bunjewanzes. The third largest Serbia city is Subotica. Subotica was one of the richest cities in Serbia. Wealthy tradesmen of fruit and wheat inhabited the city of Subotica.The city also speaks of the architectural expertise of the inhabitants of Serbia. The beautiful city hall with its tower is built according to the ‘art nouveau’ style in the year 1910. The other remarkable sights are the glass windows of Pest Master Max Roth. Even the portraits of Kossuth, empress Maria – Theresia, Hunyadi and Rakoczi are also worth visiting. Even the edifices are symbols of Secessionist style.
Subotica was mainly a Jewish settlement. The Jewish Dezso Jakab and Marcell Komor built the synagogue in the art nouveau style. Subotica also tower many historical edifices built by the Hungarians, Germans, Austrians and so on. The most beautiful building in Subotica is the Likovni suskret. This is an art gallery built by Ferenc Raichle.
Travel through Subotica will give glimpse of the historical edifices ,which are an abode of architectural excellence.