National Hall returned to Slovenian community hundred years after arson

Trieste, 13 July - A ceremony Monday featuring Slovenian President Borut Pahor and Italian President Sergio Mattarella will mark a hundred years since the arson of National Hall in Trieste, the centre of Slovenian life in the city, an occasion on which the landmark building will be symbolically returned to the Slovenian community.

Trieste, Italy
The Trieste National Hall, a Slovenian cultural centre, was rebuilt between 1988 and 1990 after being torched by Fascists in 1920.
Photo: An┼że Malovrh/STA

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