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Bombing of Treviso in World War II

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Bombing of Treviso in World War II

Treviso suffered a carpet bombing on 7 April 1944. A large part of the medieval parts of the city centre including part of the Palazzo dei Trecento (then rebuilt) were destroyed, causing the deaths of over 1,000 people.

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