6 Italians re-burried in Sharra's columbarium walls

6 Italians re-burried in Sharra's columbarium walls

 Tirana has already become the first city in Albania to implement the culture of the columbarium walls (cemetery in the wall). The Municipality of Tirana, in cooperation with the Italian Embassy in our country, held a relocation ceremony at the burial wall of 6 Italian nationals, belonging to the period before and during World War II.

Part of the ceremony was the head of the Municipality of Tirana, Erion Veliaj, the Archbishop of Tirana and Durrës, Monsignor George Frendo and the Italian Ambassador in Tirana, Alberto Cutillo. During his speech, Veliaj said that after the investments that have included both public cemeteries, it is time for the city to take another courageous step.
6 Italians re-burried in Sharra's columbarium walls
"It is very important to start the procedure for the 102 Italian nationals of the 1930s and 1940s, that is, between the First World War and the Second World War, to give an example of how this procedure is done with great dignity, respecting all the codes of trust, civil codes, learning from a modern state," said Veliaj. He stressed that the columbarium walls culture has long been applied by many states and provides a modern treatment either in respecting those who have passed away or in the management of public cemeteries.
6 Italians re-burried in Sharra's columbarium walls 6 Italians re-burried in Sharra's columbarium walls Friday, October 12, 2018 Rating: 5
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