YEREVAN (Armenpress)–The Salgareda City Hall in Italy named one of the streets in the city "Armenia" as a token of friendship with Armenia and the memory of the Armenian Genocide. It should be mentioned that Salgareda is one of those 40 cities in Italy that has recognized the Armenian Genocide in 2000.
The schoolchildren of Salgadera published a booklet–entitled "Armenia: A Forgotten Country. Cruel History Of Innocent Victims Of The Genocide," in which they described the Armenian Genocide and expressed their own opinions and attitude towards it.
According to another the decision of Oderzo City Hall–one of the streets in the city was named after an Armenian poetess Vittoria Aghanur–who found her place in Italian poetry (1855-1910). She published only two collections of poems–but was considered a classic poetess by the Italian literary critics.