Jan 1, 1921 - New York Times: Italy dissolves D'Annunzio's Regency of Carnaro in Fiume (Rijeka, Croatia) and begins to establish the Free State of Fiume, under the terms of the Treaty of Rapallo. #100yearsago
As of 1 January 2020, Rijeka (Croatia) and Galway (Ireland) will hold the title of European Capital of Culture for one year. The European Capital of Culture highlights the role of culture in promoting the values of diversity, respect, tolerance & openness
Dec 29, 1920 - Italian troops march into Fiume (Rijeka, Croatia) bringing an end to D'Annunzio's so-called Regency of Carnaro. In the battle, 25 Italian Army soldiers and 22 of D'Annuzio's Legionnaires had been killed. #100yearsago
December 1920 - Renegade Italian ultra-nationalist Gabriele D'Annunzio rallying his supporters in Fiume (Rijeka, Croatia), which he has occupied for over a year, and is now besieged by Italy's army and navy #100yearsago
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?Tonight the San Siro hosts #UEL football... Are you backing AC Milan or Rijeka? ⚽️
Fabio Borini's game by numbers vs. Rijeka: 100% take-ons completed 3 shots 3 crosses 2 chances created 2 assists A key role in the win.
Manchester City's EDS U21 game with HNK Rijeka has today been cancelled due to an alleged incident of racial abuse… (1/6)