3.6.2020.

People who made Palic history - Ana Beslic, the first sculptor of Subotica

„In sculpture making, one should avoid telling stories. That’s what words are for. I think that the story should not be implanted in stone, wood or bronze,  it should be left to the freely made form of one stone, wood or bronze, to speak its own language, its own story … “

Quote: Ana Beslic for „TV Novosti“ in 1980. (source: Yugopapir.com)

2.25.2020.

Subotica and Palic presented their offer at Belgrade Tourism Fair

The 42nd International Tourism Fair was opened at Belgrade, together with three related exhibitions – the International BeoWine Wine Fair, the Horeca-Equipment International Hotel and Catering Equipment Fair and the Souvenir Fair. Tourism Fair was opened by Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications Rasim Ljajic with the message that the year 2020 will be year of reforms and new investments in Serbian tourism.

The Fair opened its halls for visitors who rushed in

2.19.2020.

140th anniversary of Palic Olympic games

As many people know, the first Olympic Games were held in ancient Greece, in the glory of the supreme god Zeus in 776 B.C. The Games were organized as a competition between the Greek cities – a sort of battle for prestige. They were held every four years and the period between the Games was called „The Olympics” and was used as a unit for time calculation. The importance of the Olympic Games is supported by the fact that at the time of the competition all conflicts were suspended.

2.6.2020.

Summer stage celebrates 70 years of existence

Built as an aspiration of many previous generations, the Summer Stage has been beautifying the Grand park  for the past 70 years.

According to some sources, the idea of ​​building a theater dates from the 19th century.  In the catalog of the Third International Film Festival, Bela Duranci states that Lajos Vermes had a license for building the theater, which he later demolished. A draft for the theater was preserved at the Historical Archives of Subotica; before that, in 1881, th

1.17.2020.

Grand terrace and Palic through the prism of time

At the beginning of the 20th century, Palic had an exceptional tourist offer. The guests had spas with hot, cold and mud baths, numerous villas and rooms for rent, hotels, a summer stage, a library, various vessels and a complete Vermes sports center at their disposal.

Transportation was fast and efficient thanks to the rail and tram connections. Respectable citizens, landlords, wealthy merchants, bankers, industrialists from all over the Austro-Hungarian monarchy visited this place. T