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Italy - New Year's Eve in Trieste

An exemplary Italian city with excellent organization. Greeks have a special reason to love it because there lives a historic Greek community. On Christmas and New Year's Eve, the city is adorned and literally shines. UNITA's central square, one of the most beautiful European squares, looks like a fairytale during the days of the celebrations.

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