Nova Gorica

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Nova Gorica (or New Gorizia) is a municipality and a town in the western part of Slovenia, located on the Soča river on the Italian-Slovenian border. It has the population of about 13,900.

Nova Gorica is a relatively new town, built in 1948, when the Paris Peace Treaty established a new border between Yugoslavia and Italy, leaving the nearby Gorizia outside the borders of Yugoslavia.

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