Certainly the most interesting place for young architects and urban planners, due to its unresolvement and potential, is Tzar Jovan Nenad Square.

The character of this square is that there is no actual square. It is a parking lot with park segments, in front of the Franciscan church, and playgrounds for children between cafes. There is no square, no park, no parking.

The problem of this space comes after the World War II when several blocks of houses and buildings were destroyed. The post-war authorities conceived this area as part of a great boulevard that was supposed to connect the western part of the city with the railway station and destroy a large part of the historic core of Subotica.