Town center with Svetosavski dom
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Kać (Serbian Cyrillic: Каћ) is a town located in the Novi Sad municipality, in the South Bačka District of Serbia. It is situated in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina. The town has a Serb ethnic majority and its population numbers 11,612 (2011 census).
It was first mentioned during the administration of the medieval Kingdom of Hungary in 1276 as in villa Hatt, while in 1332/33, it was mentioned as Mathias de Shacz. During the Habsburg rule in the 18th and 19th century, the village was part of the Military Frontier (the Šajkaš Battalion section).
- 1961: 5,640
- 1971: 6,701
- 1981: 8,551
- 1991: 9,755
- 2002: 11,166
Culture & Sport
Jugović is a team handball club from Kać. It competes in the Serbian First League of Handball since 1984. It was founded in 1956 under the name 'Mladost', however it changed its name to 'Jugović' in 1960. Jugović won EHF Challenge Cup in 2000/2001 season.
There is a soccer team, also named Jugović. It has been founded 16 August 1912. at 14:00h. It competes in Novosadsko-Sremska zone League (4th League).
There is an Orthodox church from 1841/44 in the town.
In Kać is a monastery named Manastir Vaskrsenja Hristova
New neighborhoods in Kać
There are two new neighborhoods in Kać, Petrovdansko naselje and luxurious Sunčani breg
Kać is connected to Novi Sad by the city's bus service JGSP Novi Sad. Bus lines 22(Kać), 23(Budisava) and 24(Kovilj) pass through the town frequently as do other coaches, to Titel, Perlez, Pančevo, Mošorin, Gardinovci, Lok ...
- Mileva Marić - Physicist
- Arpad Sterbik - Handball player
- Dragan Škrbić - Handball player
- Milorad Krivokapić - Handball player
- Nenad Peruničić - Handball player
- Dobrivoje Marković - Handball player
- Rajko Prodanović - Handball player
- Tomislav Lovreković - Journalist
- Slobodan Ćurčić, Broj stanovnika Vojvodine, Novi Sad, 1996.
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