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1 Albert Einstein, a theoretical physicist of profound genius, who is widely regarded as the greatest scientist of the 20th century. He lived in Novi Sad in 1905 through 1907 (in Kisačka Street 20) together with his wife, Mileva Marić. 42876
2 Monica Seles, a former World No. 1 female tennis player. She was born in 1973, in Novi Sad. 1717
3 Vasko Popa (1922-1991), a Yugoslav poet of Romanian descent. He lived in Novi Sad. 170
4 Milan Stepanov, professional footballer, currently at F.C. Porto. Born and raised in Novi Sad. 141
5 Dara Bubamara, a folk singer. Born, raised and residing in Novi Sad. 122
6 Rex Illusivi, eccletic musician and producer, electronic music pioneer in SFR Yugoslavia. Born and raised in Novi Sad. 51
7 Branko Mikasinovich (1938), Serbian-American slavist, journalist 38
8 Lajos Zilahy, author of the novel Two Prisoners inter alia, died in Novi Sad on December 1, 1974. 35
9 Josif Runjanin (1821-1878), a Serb composer and lieutenant-colonel in the Austro-Hungarian Army. Born in Vinkovci in *Srem (then part of Austrian Empire), died in Novi Sad. 26
10 Adolf Hempt, born in Novi Sad and the founder of the Pasteur Institute in Novi Sad 21
11 Damir Stojak, professional footballer. 11
12 Jovan Jovanović Zmaj (1833-1904), one of the best-known Serb poets. He was born in Novi Sad. < 5
13 Petar Biga (1811-1879), a Serb army general in 1848/1849 Revolutions, defender of Srbobran. He lived in Novi Sad. < 5
14 Radoslav Samardžić, retired professional footballer. Born and raised in Novi Sad. < 5
15 Tatjana Ječmenica, a tennis coach and a former tennis player. < 5
16 Svetislav Pešić, professional basketball player and famous basketball coach. Born and grew up in Novi Sad. < 5
17 Jovan Rajić (1726-1801), writer and historian. He was born in Sremski Karlovci and lived in Novi Sad. < 5
18 Laza Kostić (1841-1910), a Serb man of letters. He was born in the village of Kovilj near Novi Sad, and lived in Novi Sad. < 5
19 Jovo Stanojević, professional basketball player. Born and grew up in Novi Sad. < 5
20 Dragan Tarlać, retired professional basketball player with Olympiakos, Chicago Bulls, Real Madrid, and CSKA Moscow. He was born and grew up in Novi Sad. < 5
21 Stevan Branovački (1804-1880), advocate, politician, mayor of Novi Sad, president of Matica Srpska, and one of the founders of Serbian National Theatre. He lived in Novi Sad. < 5
22 Jaša Tomić (1856-1922), publicist and politician. He lived in Novi Sad. < 5
23 Vasa Stajić (1878-1947), writer and professor. He was born in village Mokrin near Kikinda and lived in Novi Sad. < 5
24 Nataša Bekvalac, pop-folk singer. Born, raised and residing in Novi Sad. < 5
25 Janika Balaž (1925-1988), a musician. Lived in Novi Sad. < 5
26 Uroš Predić (1857-1953), a painter. He was born in village Orlovat in Zrenjanin municipality and lived in Novi Sad. < 5
27 Yosef Lapid, justice minister of Israel. He was born in Novi Sad. < 5
28 Milan Gurović, professional basketball player with an illustrious career on the Serbia-Montenegro national team and club career stops all over Europe. Born and grew up in Novi Sad. < 5
29 Darko Miličić, a professional basketball player for the Orlando Magic, taken 2nd overall in the 2003 NBA Draft. He was born in 1985 in Novi Sad. < 5
30 Mileva Marić (1875-1948), a Serb mathematician, and Albert Einstein's first wife. She was born in Titel and lived in Novi Sad. < 5
31 Kosta Trifković (1843-1875), was a Serb writer, one of the best comediographs of the time. He was born in Novi Sad. < 5
32 Milica Stojadinović-Srpkinja (1830-1878), a writer. She was born in village Bukovac near Novi Sad. < 5
33 Jakov Jaša Ignjatović (1822-1889), a writer. He lived in Novi Sad. < 5
34 Ljubomir Lovrić, late professional goalkeeper and later football coach. Born and raised in Novi Sad. < 5
35 Josip Jelačić (1801-1859), the Ban of Croatia between March 23rd, 1848 and May 19, 1859. He was born in Petrovaradin. < 5
36 Mihajlo Polit Desančić (1833-1920), jurist, publicist and politician. He lived in Novi Sad. < 5
37 Đorđe Balašević, a prominent Serbian songwriter and singer. Born in 1953 in Novi Sad. < 5
38 Branislav Nušić (1864-1938), a Serbian novelist, playwright, comediographer, story writer, essayist, founder of modern Rhetoric in Serbia. He lived in Novi Sad. < 5
39 Vuk Stefanović Karadžić (1787-1864), a Serb linguist and major reformer of the Serbian language. He spent 1809/1810 winter in Novi Sad. < 5
40 Slobodan Jovanović (1869-1958), a prime minister of the Yugoslav government in exile during World War II. He was born in Novi Sad. < 5
41 Danilo Kiš (1935-1989), possibly the best-known ex-Yugoslavian writer alongside the Nobel laureate Ivo Andrić. He lived in Novi Sad. < 5
42 Aleksandar Tišma (1924-2003), a writer. He was born in village Horgoš near Kanjiža and lived in Novi Sad. < 5
43 Vujadin Boškov, retired professional footballer and famous coach. Born in the nearby village of Begeč, but spent most of his life in Novi Sad. < 5
44 Jovan Grčić Milenko (1846-1875), a poet. He was born in village Čerević in Beočin municipality. He attended gymnasium in Novi Sad. < 5
45 Nebojša Zivkovic (b. 1962), a Serbian percussion composer and performer. < 5
46 Boris Kovač, a musician and composer from Novi Sad. < 5
47 Jovan Subotić (1817-1886), politician and writer. He was born in village Dobrinci near Ruma and lived in Novi Sad. < 5
48 Joakim Vujić (1772-1847), a theatrical worker. Lived in Novi Sad. < 5
49 Miša Dimitrijević (1841-1889), politician and publicist. He lived in Novi Sad. < 5
50 Jovan Pačić (1771-1849), poet and officer. He was born in Baja and lived in Novi Sad. < 5
51 Mika Antić (1932-1986), a Serbian poet. He was born in village Mokrin near Kikinda and lived in Novi Sad. < 5
52 Svetozar Miletić (1826-1901), advocate, politician, mayor of Novi Sad, the political leader of Serbs in Vojvodina. He was born in the village Mošorin in Šajkaška. < 5
53 Đura Jakšić (1831-1878), a Serb poet, painter, narrator, play writer, bohemian, and patriot. He was born in Srpska Crnja and lived in Novi Sad. < 5
54 Cveta Majtanović, winner of the Idol competition. < 5
55 Slaviša Jokanović, retired professional footballer. Born and raised in Novi Sad. < 5
56 Isidor Bajić (1878-1915), a composer. Born in Kula, lived in Novi Sad. < 5
57 Želimir Žilnik, award-winning film director. Born in Novi Sad. < 5
58 Pavel Jozef Å afarik (1795-1861), a Slovak philologist, poet, one of the first scientific Slavists; literary historian, historian and ethnographer. He lived in Novi Sad. < 5

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