Sightseeing in Kanjiža

  Fishermen`s Square  According to the latest archeological findings, traces of human settlement(s) from the Bronze Age can be found on the river banks of Kanjiža (presently: the Fishermen's Square), while the earliest human traces were found in Trešnjevac from the Neolithic age. The formation of early human settlements can be interpreted by the favorable conditions of the region (plentitude...
  The Town Hall  The Town Hall of Kanjiža was built in 1912 in the style of Secession (Art Nouveau). The architect was Zoltan Reiss from Budapest, Hungary. Because of the lack of finances the building was built in its simpler version. The building of the Town Hall is unique because of the vertical front chain windows, sheet iron decoration and the use of geometrically simple wall mirrors.   ...
  Orthodox Church of the Holy Archangel Michael    The Serbian Orthodox church dedicated to the Holy Archangel Michael was built in 1775. It was burnt in 1848’s Revolution, after that a new church was built in 1851. Four icons from the original church, painted by the famous Serbian baroque painter Teodor Ilić Češljar remained and they are still in the church.  All significant data on the first...

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