Italy Will Not Return Works of Art Seized During WWII
Trieste, 31 May - Renaissance paintings and statuettes that the Italians took to Rome from the Slovenian coastal region during WWII to protect them from possible damage during the war, will not be returned to their legal owners. This has been decided by an Italian government commission, the daily Delo writes Monday.
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