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Prekmurje village with ties to Primorska marks its centenary

Lendava, 13 June - Benica, a village in the north-eastern region of Prekmurje were people from the coastal Primorska region were relocated in the 1920s to consolidate the Hungary-Slovenia border, is marking 100 years of its founding. The locals have also marked 80 years since people from the village were sent to a concentration camp in Hungary during WWII.

Lendava
Event marking 100 years of the village Benica and 80 years since the locals were sent to the Sarvar concentration camp in Hungary during WWII.
Photo: STA

Lendava
Event marking 100 years of the village Benica and 80 years since the locals were sent to the Sarvar concentration camp in Hungary during WWII.
Photo: STA

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