Slovenian library in Gorizia back in original premises

Gorizia, 18 April - The Slovenian library in the Italian border town of Gorizia has moved back to the building where it first opened in 1906. Following a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, on Monday the library will welcome readers back in Trgovski Dom (Merchant Hall), a building built by Slovenian businesses at the start of the 20th century.

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