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  • Walter Speller
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  • Walter Speller
3 Oct 2012

It has taken me far too long to report anything on Friuli, the region east of the Veneto, bordering Slovenia, of which a large part belonged to the Austro-Hungarian empire until the First World War. That is particularly strange, considering that I commute between London and Padova, which is a mere 90-minute drive from Trieste.