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Ex Hotel Balkan, Trieste
(1/5 based on a few reviews on the web)
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  • It's a place of memory the "Narodni dom", multipurpose centre and headquarters of the Slovenian community from 1904 to July 13, 1920, when a large group of fascist extremists torched the building designed by the famous architect Max Fabiani. He is currently the school for interpreters and translators of the University of Trieste, but since March of this year a permanent exhibition tells tourists and residents, through 8 panels set up, plaques and artworks, the history of Trieste at the time. To see, is just a few steps from Piazza Oberdan.
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  • There is absolutely nothing, only students. The Palace and nondescript and uncared for.
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  • Trieste this building has a particular historical importance rather than architectural aspects for which is modest relief. For this reason it was presumably included among the attractions of the city. It currently houses the school of modern languages for interpreters and translators of the University of Trieste and is not scheduled to open for visits. The building has a simple shape and known only for its façade, covered with bricks of two different tones with the bottom covered with smooth stone instead. Only the ground floor one can perceive the sumptuous original entrance hall, which was, glazed and Civil style of Narodni Dom, built in 1904 by the architect Max Fabiani. It was not only a hotel, but rather of the House of culture of the Slovene minority community and included in addition to Slovenian associations and housing a hotel, bar and a theatre. During the period of fascism, as a symbol of the Slovenian community, was set on fire and completely destroyed in 1920. Later it was renovated and became the Regina until in 1976 was purchased by the Friuli Venezia Giulia region to target University. I am attaching some pictures remember this visit.
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