Telep Coat of arms, showing locomotive surrounded by gates, two eagles on the left and right side


In the mysterious alleys of Neusatz’s Telep, history whispers through the pavements, where tranquil North meets vibrant South, railway pioneers settled, cultures intertwined, and untold stories and ancient tales linger under the moonlit mosaic of shadow and light.

In the shadowy alleyways of Neusatz, where the timeless Danube whispers ancient tales, there lies Telep. A part of the town where history seems to murmur through the cracks in the pavement and where the moonlight casts long, eerie silhouettes of buildings and trees, painting a mosaic of light and shadow.

Originally baptized as Daranjijevo naselje, a name carried by the winds from Hungarian landscapes, Telep has been nestled between two worlds: the peaceful tranquility of North Telep and the emergent vibrancy of South Telep.

The railway, with its steaming iron beasts, marked the birth of Telep, as the first settlers were those iron-path pioneers. And as the steam from the locomotives merged with the fog from the Danube, an ethereal veil was painted, hiding the ghosts of the past. The Hungarians, once dominant here, now share their legacy with the Serbs and various other communities.

Telep’s streets come alive as night falls over Neusatz. The playful rivalry between the neighborhoods of this diverse town often cloaked the streets in a tense, electrifying atmosphere. Every corner, every tavern, every bridge over the Danube was a silent battleground. Mysterious figures exchanged glances and the weight of untold stories pressed down on every soul.

In Neusatz, where cultures met and histories wove together, Telep emerged as a realm of its own, holding tales both ancient and new. In its streets, the Lovecraftian essence is palpable, suggesting that just beyond the known, there might be realms of the unknowable.