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31 March 2011 - Inauguration of the new exhibition hall

It took place at the Museum of National Character C.R.P. of Padriciano the opening ceremony of the new exhibition hall containing dozens of personal belongings found at the prison of Trieste “Coroneo”, due to spoliation occurred at the expense of many citizens indiscriminately arrested during periods of German and Yugoslavian occupation of the city.
The ceremony was attended by Dr. Franco Ionta, head of the Dipartimento dell’Amministrazione Penitenziaria (i.e. Italian Department of Correction), Mr. Enrico Sbriglia, Director of the District Prison of Trieste, Mrs. Maria Teresa Bassa Poropat, President of the Province of Trieste, Mr. Giorgio Ret, Mayor of Duino Aurisina and other civil and military authorities in addition to a large audience of istrian exiles and citizens of Trieste.
The President of the Unione degli Istriani, Mr. Massimiliano Lacota, emphasized in his speech the symbolic value of belongings, representing the ordeal suffered by the population of Trieste during the forty days of the Tito’s occupation, and, generally, by the Italian population  of Istria, Fiume and Dalmatia, to which a surge of brutal violence left no other way but the exile, a tragic epic that culminated in the painful experience of the Refugee Camps.
Dr. Ionta praised the work done by the Unione degli Istriani in preparing the new exhibition, declaring that he was very impressed "by the vividness and the idea of contemporaneity that the historic tail of this museum communicates to the visitor. "
Mr. Sbriglia credited the heads of the Amministrazione Penitenziaria with having timely acted in granting the loan that will allow thousands of visitors of the Museum to enjoy this exhibition of extraordinary documentary relevance.

 

(Photos by Brandmayr)

 

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22 May 2010 - Students and teachers from Piemonte

Student and teacher winners of the trial banished from the Piemonte Regional Council "Draft Contemporary History 2010", reserved for high schools in the Piemonte region, visiting the Museum CRP Padriciano during a study trip to the places of memory in Trieste.

 

One of the issues covered by the competition was, in fact: from Istria, Fiume and Dalmatia to Piemonte.

 

(Photos by Nelia Petris)

 

 

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7 May 2010 - schools from Turin and ANVGD association

During a trip organized by the Committee ANVGD of Turin, one of the busiest in Italy, a large group of secondary school students of Piemonte region visited the Museum CRP Padriciano, accompanied by the President of Turin ANVGD Mr Aquilante, Vice-President Mr Vatta and other members of the board of the association.

 

(Photos by Petris)

 

 

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1 May 2010 - Parrish from Cantù

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30 April 2010 - ITC school for foreign correspondance in Verona

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"A. Volta" school from Battaglia Terme

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"Filippo Lusanna" high school from Bergamo

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28 April 2010 - Porto Viro school from Rovigo

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28 April 2010 - "Don Bosco" high school from Verona

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27 April 2010 - Verla school (Trento)

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22 April 2010 - Primary school from Porcia (Pordenone)

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21 April 2010 - Parrish from Lecco

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20 February 2010

Repeating the experience of 2009, the City of Rome organized in February 2010 a "Journey in Memory" which touched even the shrine of the cave of Basovizza Museum and CRP Padriciano.
Mayor Gianni Alemanno this year wanted to involve more than two hundred high school students from the capital, led by the Laura Marsilio, who visited the permanent exhibition at the camp Padriciano.

 

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29 August 2009 - Visit of a delegation from the Jewish Community in Rome

In August 2009, a delegation by Jewish Community in Rome, undertook a journey to the places of memory on the eastern border of Italy, visiting the Museum CRP Padriciano.
In the shots of Enrico Brandmayr a brief photo chronicle of the visit.


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13 February 2009

The mayor of Rome Gianni Alemanno sought to organize a "Journey in Memory" which touched Redipuglia shrine, the shrine of the cave of Basovizza and Museum CRP Padriciano.
More than two hundred and fifty high school students from the capital Have been involved, led by the Mayor and the Councillor Laura Marsilio, who visited the permanent exhibition at the camp Padriciano.


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July 2007 - Province of Trieste

In July 2007 a delegation from the Province of Trieste led by president Maria Teresa Bassa Poropat, the Vice-President Walter Godina and the Councillor Mariella Magistri De Francesco, visited the Refugee Camp Padriciano and the permanent exhibition, accompanied by president of Unione degli Istriani Massimiliano Lacota.

 

 

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December 2004 - Mirko Tremaglia

Minister for Italians Abroad, Mirko Tremaglia, visit the permanent exhibition of the Museum CRP Padriciano accompanied by Mr. Roberto Menia and the Mayor of Trieste Roberto Dipiazza.

 

 

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November 2004 - Violante, Intini, Castagnetti, Rosato

In November 2004 a delegation composed of the center-left politicians, among others, by Luciano Violante, Ugo Intini, Luigi Castagnetti Ettore Rosato, wanted to visit the Museum CRP Padriciano.

 

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November 2004 - Gainfranco Fini

The Deputy Prime Minister Gianfranco Fini, stop at the Museum CRP Padriciano to visit the permanent exhibition on refugee camps in Italy. Silvio Delbello, Piero Delbello, Massimiliano Lacota, Enrico Neami and other volunteers ensure the opening of the exhibition complex.

 

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November 2004 - Franco Forattini

Renowned illustrator Franco Forattini privately visit the permanent exhibition at the CRP Padriciano 13 November 2004 and left in the guestbook a personalized and unmistakable message.


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November 2004 - Roberto Dipiazza, Mayor of Trieste

On opening day, the mayor of Trieste, Roberto Dipiazza, visit the exhibition on refugee camps in Italy accompanied by Silvio Delbello, Massimiliano Lacota, Enrico Neami and Alan Male.

 


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