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Train of Memory inaugurated as museum at ex-Nazi POW camp partly opens

Maribor, 30 September - A renovated 1941 railway wagon was inaugurated in Maribor on Thursday to mark 80 years since first prisoners from Nazi camps were brought to Slovenian lands aboard such trains. The Train of Memory opened in front of the WWII International Research Centre, which has premises at a former Nazi camp for prisoners of war.

Maribor
An exhibition inside a Train of Memory launched in front of the International Research Centre for WWII, a museum at the former Stalag XVIII D Nazi prisoner camp.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Maribor
President Borut Pahor attends an event commemorating forgotten victims of Nazism and launching a Train of Memory at the International Research Centre for WWII, a museum at the former Stalag XVIII D Nazi prisoner camp.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Maribor
President Borut Pahor attends an event commemorating forgotten victims of Nazism and launching a Train of Memory at the International Research Centre for WWII, a museum at the former Stalag XVIII D Nazi prisoner camp.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Maribor
President Borut Pahor attends an event commemorating forgotten victims of Nazism and launching a Train of Memory at the International Research Centre for WWII, a museum at the former Stalag XVIII D Nazi prisoner camp.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Maribor
President Borut Pahor and Maribor Mayor Saša Arsenovič attend Maribor attend an event commemorating forgotten victims of Nazism and launching a Train of Memory at the International Research Centre for WWII, a museum at the former Stalag XVIII D Nazi prisoner camp.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Maribor
President Borut Pahor and Maribor Mayor Saša Arsenovič attend the launch of an event commemorating forgotten victims of Nazism and launching a Train of Memory at the International Research Centre for WWII, a museum at the former Stalag XVIII D Nazi prisoner camp.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Maribor
Train of Memory, a restored 1941 carriage, launched at the International Research Centre, a museum at the former Stalag XVIII D Nazi prisoner camp.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Maribor
President Borut Pahor addresses reporters as he attends the launch of an event commemorating forgotten victims of Nazism and a Train of Memory at the International Research Centre for WWII, a museum at the former Stalag XVIII D Nazi prisoner camp.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Maribor
Train of Memory, a restored 1941 carriage, launched at the International Research Centre for WWII, a museum at the former Stalag XVIII D Nazi prisoner camp.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Maribor
The launch of an event commemorating forgotten victims of Nazism and a Train of Memory at the International Research Centre for WWII, , a museum at the former Stalag XVIII D Nazi prisoner camp.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Maribor
President Borut Pahor attends an event commemorating forgotten victims of Nazism and launching a Train of Memory at the International Research Centre for WWII, a museum at the former Stalag XVIII D Nazi prisoner camp.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

Maribor
The launch of an event commemorating forgotten victims of Nazism and a Train of Memory at the International Research Centre for WWII, a museum at the former Stalag XVIII D Nazi prisoner camp.
Photo: Bor Slana/STA

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