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Piazza Albania is a square in Rome, Italy. The squares name was before Piazza Raudusculana but got its present name 4 July 1940 and was named after the country Albania - at the time recently invaded and conquered at the command of Benito Mussolini. The name survived its Fascist antecedents and remains up to the present.
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