The plan of the Novi Sad's main streets reflects the concept of a medieval European city, where a road connects the fortification to the central city sqare with the church, and from there the streets are formed along directions of the main roads that lead out of the town - roads to Futog, Kisac, Temerin and Rumenka. Dunavska street was built along the road that connects the central town square with the orthodox church to the fortification, and it is on the fifth direction, the road to Sremski Karlovci. Since Futog was an important market center since the medieval times, the Novi Sad's High street was oriented in the Futog's direction. The High street stared at the Ortodox church and bishop's palace, the center of orthodox comunity, while at it's other end at the Freedom sqare, was the Catholic church and the focal point of Catholic comunity, that in time became the administrative centar of the city. Further down the road to Futog was the Jewish street and the Sinagoge.