Kamenica park

Kamenica Park was originally planned as a leisure area around the mansion of the Marcibanji de Puho family. The family mansion itself was built between 1797 and 1811, and reconstructed between 1834 and 1836. Around that period the park was also expanded, eventually covering an area of approximately 28 ha. It features various decorative styles, with a minute, classically arranged outlet around the mansion, and spacious lawns encircled with indigenous dendrofloral species. The whole park is located on a descending slope, and is entirely adjusted to the terrain.

The well-preserved composition of the entire park, richness of its dendroflora, and a few remaining elements of the original landscape architecture, significantly contribute to the value of the park. Its location relative to the city makes it especially attractive to a large number of visitors, and its vast area makes it one of the key elements of Novi Sad's green-belt system. An additional boost to the park is its proximity to the Danube. The vicinity of the river represents a huge potential for the park and its development, although it requires careful planning and preservation of its cultural value. The park is also well-known for its scientific, developmental, sanitary, ecological, psychological and recreational function.

Kamenica Park is classified as a 3rd-category significant natural resource and since December 26th 2008 has been under the protection and maintenance of PUC City Greenery.