Slovenia to honour Russian POWs who died building Vršič Pass
Kranjska Gora, 28 July - More than 1,000 people are expected at the annual ceremony honouring the Russian POWs who were killed in an avalanche while building the Vršič mountain pass during World War I. Held on Saturday at the Russian Chapel, a landmark erected by the surviving POWs 102 years ago, the ceremony will be addressed by President Borut Pahor.
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