“Duhovne znamenitosti Novog Sada”: Hram Svetog Jovana Preteče

U serijalu tekstova koji slede otkrićemo lokacije koje će Vam Novi Sad pokazati u najboljem svetlu, mesta koja ćete sigurno želeti da posetite opet i u koja ćete se zaljubiti! Ovaj grad pruža svakome od nas sve što poželi!

Hram svetog Jovana Preteče, u narodu poznatije kao Svetojovanska crkva u Novom Sadu, je pravoslavni hram koji je posvećen svetom Jovanu.

Godine 1921. savet grada doneo je neverovatnu odluku o rušenju crkve zbog regulacionog plana koji je trebao da se izmeni. Zbog nedovoljnih izvora informacija ne može se pomenuti tačan datum izgradnje crkve ali se zna da je u periodu oko 1700. godine započeta gradnja.

Najveći uticaj na izgradnju ove duhovno-istorijski jako bitne znamenitosti imali su novosadski Srbi, jer su zbog problema sa mestom oko sahranjivanja svojih najmilijih morali da nađu novu lokaciju. O tome svedoče porodične grobnice starih novosadskih porodica.

Jovanovski kraj kako je u narodu poznat, oduvek je bio pun vernika koji su pomagali razvoj, pa je tako oko 1809. godine njihovim prilozima osnovana i filijala Srpske narodne škole.

Na veliku žalost, danas nije poznato gde su se nalazili hram i porta, jer ne postoji nikakav trag.

In the following series of articles, we will discover locations that Novi Sad will show you in the best light, places that you will definitely want to visit again and that you will fall in love with! This city gives each of us everything we want!

The Church of St. John the Forerunner, popularly known as St. John’s Church in Novi Sad, is an Orthodox church dedicated to St. John.

In 1921, the city council made an incredible decision to demolish the church because of the regulatory plan that needed to be changed. Due to insufficient sources of information, the exact date of the construction of the church cannot be mentioned, but it is known that construction began around 1700.

The Serbs from Novi Sad had the greatest influence on the construction of this spiritually and historically important monument, because they had to find a new location due to problems with the burial place of their loved ones. This is evidenced by the family tombs of old Novi Sad families.

Jovanovski region, as it is popularly known, has always been full of believers who helped development, so around 1809, a branch of the Serbian National School was founded with their contributions.

Unfortunately, today it is not known where the temple and the porta were, because there is no trace.

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