The Church of the Name of Mary is a Roman Catholic church from 1893-4. It replaces an old church from the 18th century, damaged during the Serbian uprising of 1849. The façade of this new neo-gothic church is made of yellow brick. The windows are decorated with stained glass from Peštanj, while ceramics from Žolnai cover the roof structure. The inhabitants of Novi Sad wrongly call the church a cathedral, which it is not, as the cathedral of the diocese is located in Subotica.
Novi Sad Cathedral was first mentioned in 1720 when it was a smaller church which was soon (1734) replaced by a new one. This new church was restored twice during the 19th century, but the present appearance of the church was given during a major renovation in the early 20th century at the time of Bishop Mitrofan Šević. The painter Paja Jovanović worked on the icons of the church. In the portal of the church, there is the oldest preserved artefact from Novi Sad - the Cross of the Epiphany made of pink marble.
The Novi Sad Synagogue was built between 1905 and 1909 by the famous Hungarian architect Lipót Baumhorn. The synagogue is a monumental building characteristic of the Hungarian Secession style, which combines Art Nouveau elements with Eclectism. The interior of the synagogue is organised according to the traditional structure of the "liberal synagogues" of the second half of the 19th century. In the entrance of the synagogue, one can read the inscription "My house shall be called a house of prayer for all peoples" (Isaiah, chapter 56, verse 7).