Slovakia remembers fallen war veterans

Red poppies became a symbol of the end of WWI.

Petržalka-KopčanyPetržalka-Kopčany (Source: TASR)

The memory of fallen veterans of all war conflicts since the end of the First World War was honoured near the monument of Jozef Gabčík in Rajecké Teplice-Poluvsie.

President Zuzana Čaputová laid wreaths at the reverential ceremony at the Petržalka – Kopčany military cemetery in Bratislava and the memorial also took place in Banská Bystrica borough of Kremnička, the Sme daily reported.

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This year, the world recalls the 101st anniversary of the end of WWI.

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