Synagogue sights in Italy
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Off Piazza delle Erbe to the southwest is Verona’s historic Jewish Ghetto. Tall buildings frame the narrow side street Via Rita Rosani, named for the Resistance heroine who commanded a band of partisans in Verona until 1944, when she was caught and summarily executed at age 24. On the southeast side of Via Rosani is Verona’s newly restored synagogue, where you might find the doors open to Jewish visitors and others who express a sincere interest.