Huda Jama post-WWII mass grave declared monument of national importance

Ljubljana, 14 April - The government has declared Barbara Rov, a coal mine where the remains of over 1,400 victims of post-WWII summary killings were discovered in March 2009, a monument of national importance, the Government Communication Office (UKOM) has said in a press release.

Huda Jama
The entrance to the Barbara Rov mine, a site of summary killing of over 1,400 people at the end of WWII, pictured during a 2010 visit by the then prime minister and the then Ljubljana archbishop.
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