Liman, Novi Sad

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Liman (Cyrillic: Лиман) is a neighborhood of Novi Sad, a city in the Serbian province of Vojvodina. Liman is divided into four parts: Liman I (with University campus), Liman II, Liman III and Liman IV. It covering the area of 2.29 km².


The northern border of Liman is Bulevar Cara Lazara (Tsar Lazar Boulevard), the western borders are Ulica Ribarsko ostrvo (Ribarsko ostrvo Street) and Ulica Sima Matavulja (Simo Matavulj Street), while the southern and eastern border is Danube river (i.e. Sunčani kej - "The Sunny Quay").

The neighbouring neighbourhoods are: Telep in the west, Adamovićevo Naselje, Grbavica and Stari Grad in the north, and Ribarsko ostrvo (not a settlement, but tourist destination) in the south. In the south-east of the settlement is river Danube.


By data from 1764, area on which Liman lies was part of stretch of forest from Futog to historic city centre of Novi Sad; and it was known as Great Liman.

Works on railroad from Budapest to Zemun and Belgrade were started in 1881. Railroad was built on today's Bulevar Cara Lazara (Tsar Lazar Boulevard); and rail station was built on today's corner of streets Vere Pavlović, Puškinova and Bulevar Cara Lazara. It was torn down in 1964, after a new railroad through town was built in Salajka and Podbara neighborhoods.

Work on buildings in Liman was started in early 1960s, and four parts of the settlement were developed chronologically. Liman I with...
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