Strand is a prominent shoreline on the Danube waterway in Novi Sad, Vojvodina, Serbia. It is situated close to the Liberty Bridge, in the city quarter known as Liman. Its name gets from the German word Strand, which means basically shoreline In German, an underlying is typically articulated as sh when it precedes a consonant, as in the Yiddish-English shtick, along these lines, the Serbian accurately bears a diacritic mirroring this. The word for this place ended up well known in present day times in the number of inhabitants in Novi Sad and utilized in light of the fact that there isn't a unique shoreline at the sea.
Arguably a standout amongst the loveliest shorelines on the Danube, Strand formally opened its ways to open in 1911, in spite of the fact that it had been gigantically mainstream among the city individuals some time before that. In the late nineteenth century, a standout amongst the most prominent city shorelines was the Stengl Danube Baths, i.e. the 'Schwimmschulen'. The shallows were brimming with pontoons skimming on barrels from which individuals could bounce or plunge into the water.
Swimsuits of the time barely look like what individuals wear today. They used to cover substantially more than they revealed. Alongside the ticket, every guest would be given a bathing suit which was custom fitted to advance even the most moderate tastes. Indeed, even that long back, the shoreline gloated great lifeguard benefit, and also swimming coaches.
There are numerous records of ious other littler Danube shorelines, on both stream banks, went by for the most part by the individuals who couldn't bear the cost of the Strand passage expense. In the wake of presenting wooden changing lodges in 1913, a film industry, bike storage spaces, showers, eateries, structures, trampolines, plunging stages, a pontoon rental administration, back streets, and scene greenery, Strand turned out to be exceptionally well fit for reveling even the most requesting guests looking for refreshment and entertainment.