Detelinara

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Map of the urban area of Novi Sad with city quarters, showing the location of Detelinara
Panoramic view of Detelinara and Subotica Boulevard (Boulevard of Europe)
Detelinara, Subotica Boulevard (Boulevard of Europe)
Detelinara, Kornelija Stankovića Street
Detelinara, Rumenačka Street

Detelinara (Serbian: Детелинара, from Serbian detelina - clover, hence Detelinara = Field of Clovers) is a neighbourhood of the city of Novi Sad in the Serbian province of Vojvodina.

Borders[edit]

The south-eastern borders of Detelinara are Ulica Branka Bajića (Branko Bajić Street) and Ulica Braće Popović (Braće Popović Street), the north-eastern border is Rumenačka ulica (Rumenačka Street), the northern border is Ulica Oblačića Rada (Oblačića Rada Street), and the western border is Bulevar Evrope (Boulevard of Europe), built in the last quarter of 2009.

Neighbouring city quarters[edit]

The neighbouring city quarters are: Novo Naselje and Jugovićevo in the west, Avijatičarsko Naselje in the north, Sajmište in the south-east, and Banatić and Industrijska Zona Jug in the north-east.

Parts of Detelinara[edit]

Detelinara is divided into Stara Detelinara (Old Detelinara) and Nova Detelinara (New Detelinara). The border between these two parts of the settlement is Ulica Kornelija Stankovića (Kornelije Stanković Street). Old Detelinara is located on the southern side of this Street, while New Detelinara is located on the northern side. But due to rapid construction of new apartment buildings on the southern side in practice, southern side is called New and northern Old.

Sports[edit]

The FK Novi Sad stadium holds 6.000 people.

History[edit]

Between 1980 and 1989, Detelinara was one of the seven municipalities of Novi Sad City. The municipality included the city quarters of Detelinara, Sajmište, Banatić, Avijatičarsko Naselje, Jugovićevo, Industrijska Zona Jug, Industrijska Zona Sever, Gornje Livade and Rimski Šančevi, and the villages of Rumenka, Kisač, and Stepanovićevo.

During bombing of Novi Sad in 1999, NATO bombs devastated civilian residential buildings and a school in Detelinara. [1] [2]

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • Jovan Mirosavljević, Brevijar ulica Novog Sada 1745-2001, Novi Sad, 2002.
  • Milorad Grujić, Vodič kroz Novi Sad i okolinu, Novi Sad, 2004.

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