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Trubar Plaque Unveiled in Italy's Gorizia

Gorizia, 20 February - Hundreds of people gathered in Italy's Gorizia on Saturday for the unveiling of a plaque to Protestant priest Primoz Trubar, the 16th century father of Slovenian language. The event, sponsored by the Gorizia Municipal Administration, was also attended by Minister for Slovenians Abroad Bostjan Zeks.

Gorizia, Italy
Minister for Slovenians Abroad Bostjan Zeks speaks at the unveiling of a plaque to Protestant priest Primoz Trubar, the 16th century father of Slovenian language.
Photo: Jurij Paljk/STA

Gorizia, Italy
Historian Silvano Cavazza speaks at the unveiling of a plaque to Protestant priest Primoz Trubar, the 16th century father of Slovenian language.
Photo: Jurij Paljk/STA

Gorizia, Italy
Historian Silvano Cavazza speaks at the unveiling of a plaque to Protestant priest Primoz Trubar, the 16th century father of Slovenian language.
Photo: Jurij Paljk/STA

Gorizia, Italy
The unveiling of a plaque to Protestant priest Primoz Trubar, the 16th century father of Slovenian language.
Photo: Jurij Paljk/STA

Gorizia, Italy
The unveiling of a plaque to Protestant priest Primoz Trubar, the 16th century father of Slovenian language.
Photo: Jurij Paljk/STA

Gorizia, Italy
The unveiling of a plaque to Protestant priest Primoz Trubar, the 16th century father of Slovenian language.
Photo: Jurij Paljk/STA

Gorizia, Italy
The unveiling of a plaque to Protestant priest Primoz Trubar, the 16th century father of Slovenian language.
Photo: Jurij Paljk/STA

Gorizia, Italy
Professor Nadja Marincic speaks at the unveiling of a plaque to Protestant priest Primoz Trubar, the 16th century father of Slovenian language.
Photo: Jurij Paljk/STA

Gorizia, Italy
Professor Nadja Marincic speaks at the unveiling of a plaque to Protestant priest Primoz Trubar, the 16th century father of Slovenian language.
Photo: Jurij Paljk/STA

Gorizia, Italy
Minister for Slovenians Abroad Bostjan Zeks (left) at the unveiling of a plaque to Protestant priest Primoz Trubar, the 16th century father of Slovenian language.
Photo: Jurij Paljk/STA

Gorizia, Italy
Minister for Slovenians Abroad Bostjan Zeks (left) at the unveiling of a plaque to Protestant priest Primoz Trubar, the 16th century father of Slovenian language.
Photo: Jurij Paljk/STA

Gorizia, Italy
A plaque to Protestant priest Primoz Trubar, the 16th century father of Slovenian language.
Photo: Jurij Paljk/STA

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