Evangelical Church

First Slovak Evangelical families arrived to the city in the early 19th century. Only after protracted preparations did the city council designate a location where the first Slovakian church in Novi Sad would be built (Senjska Market). City chronicles state that the main builder of the church was Jozef Cocek from Novi Sad, a highly prominent architect of the time. The church was completed in 1886. Stylistically, it mostly exhibits eclectic features, with prevailing classical elements. The enclosing wall was built and designed by Martin Sotić in 1901.