The Novi Sad synagogue was built in 1909. The architect of this marvelous Art Nouveau building was Lipót (Leopold) Baumhorn (1860 – 1932). He designed over 20 synagogues, the one in Esztergom (1888), Szolnok, the Szeged Synagogue (1907), Budapest (the Angyalföld, Dózsa György Street Synagogue), the Fabric Synagogue (Timişoara), in Gyöngyös, Újpest, Zrenjanin, Murska Sobota, and Novi Sad, as well as several schools and two palaces in Timișoara (Romania). Today, the building in Jevrejska (Jewish) Street in central Novi Sad is a place for concerts (jazz, classic) and events and is no longer used for religious ceremonies. Today, the Jewish community in Novi Sad consists of cca. 400 people. In 1941, around 4,000 Jews lived here cca. 5 % of the whole population. Only 1,000 survived the Holocaust.
For more information about the Novi Sad synagogue please visit: https://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/judaica/ejud_0002_0015_0_14939.html