Which country is it where every day is a Sunday ?
Where the national computing centre is steam powered and communication is via pneumatic tubes? Where tastiest canapés are served ?
No, it's not France...
It's Subotika – the paradisiacal isle.
No dream landscape – but a landscape for dreaming in.
The country's not easy to find on the map, but there are still true gems
to be discovered off the beaten tourist track.
You too can experience the magic of this island!
Let's accompany Elfriede and Herbert on their honeymoon.
A trip of a lifetime – a journey through Subotika!
A walk along the fine dividing line between gloominess and beauty.
Fig. 01 On the road with elfriede & herbert
Fig. 02 Plutonia - the city on the cruise liner
Fig. 03 Lunaport cosmodrome - where they reach for the stars
Fig. 04 The highlands - the big hole to elsewhere
Fig. 05 Cap kakapol - the journey's end
Fig. 06 Surabaya – competence centre for the global nail industry
Fig. 07 Robotika – a pilgrimage site for architecture aficionados
Fig. 08 Tibotika – an unlikely place for potatoes to grow
Fig. 09 The imaginary museum with its unique artificial cloud
Fig. 10 Nitropol - the steam powered computing centre
Fig. 11 Subotika international airport
Fig. 12 Subotika – So near, and yet so remote