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Due to the effects of the coronavirus crisis, the European Commission has today proposed to give Rijeka (Croatia) and Galway (Ireland) the possibility to extend their year as 2020 European Capitals of Culture until 30 April 2021. The Commission also proposes to postpone the year in which Novi Sad (Serbia) is due to host a European Capital of Culture from 2021 to 2022 and the year in which Timisoara (Romania) and Elefsina (Greece) will hold the title from 2021 to 2023.

Se l’Inghilterra non fosse uscita dall’Unione europea, la città di Leeds sarebbe stata capitale europea della cultura insieme alla città ungherese di Veszprém. Ciononostante il lavoro fatto dalla città inglese continuerà e per il 2023 sta organizzando un ricco programma culturale attraverso il Leeds Culture Trust.

Se la Germania ha già deciso che la capitale europea della cultura per il 2025 sarà Chemnitz, la Slovenia ancora dovrà scegliere fra le quattro città entrate in short list: Ljubljana, Nova Gorica, Piran e Ptuj.

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