“Duhovne znamenitosti Novog Sada”: Spomenik Jaši Tomiću

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!

Spomenik Jaši Tomiću u Novom Sadu poznat je zbog brojnih polemika koje su podelile narod. Neki su čak zahtevali i njegovo uklanjanje.

Jaša Tomić bio je političan, novinar i književnik koji se školovao u Beču i Pragu. Zbog politčke situacije studije nije završio, a poznat je kao osnivač vršačkih socijalista. U Novom Sadu vodio je list Zastava a vremenom je postao i član Srpske Radikalne stranke. Tokom ratova bio je vojni izveštač. Krajem 1889.godine ušao je u otvoren sukob sa Mišom Dimitrijevićem koga je usmrtio pred porodicom.

Osuđen na tešku robiju ipak je peticijom oslobođen jer je 3000 Novosađanki bilo oduševljeno njegovim delom smatrajući da je time odbranio čast svoje žene.

Jedan je od najuglednijih Srba u Narodnoj škupštini koja je donela odluku da se Bačka, Baranja i Banat priključe Kraljevini Srbiji.

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 monument to Jaša Tomić in Novi Sad is known for numerous controversies that divided the people. Some even demanded its removal.

Jaša Tomić was a politician, journalist and writer who was educated in Vienna and Prague. Due to the political situation, he did not finish his studies, and he is known as the founder of the socialists in Vrsa. In Novi Sad, he ran the newspaper Zastava, and eventually became a member of the Serbian Radical Party. During the wars he was a military reporter. At the end of 1889, he entered into an open conflict with Miša Dimitrijević, whom he killed in front of his family.

Sentenced to hard prison, he was freed by petition because 3,000 women from Novi Sad were delighted with his work, believing that he defended his wife’s honor.

He is one of the most respected Serbs in the National Assembly, which made the decision to join Bačka, Baranja and Banat to the Kingdom of Serbia.

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