The Jewish Ghetto In Rome Is Really Worth Visiting

Rome’s “Jewish Ghetto,” has been the traditional home of Rome’s Jewish community since 1955. Despite the negative connotations associated with the word “ghetto,” the Jewish Ghetto is as picturesque as everywhere else in Rome, with fountains, plazas and dusty coral coloured buildings with balconies. The area’s Jewish heritage can be seen in its beautiful synagogue, carvings of Jewish symbols like the Star of David and the menorah on its walls, and the distinct fusion of Jewish and Italian food served in its restaurants. We dined tucked into well known Jewish/Italian fusion dishes like carciofi alla giudia (deep fried artichokes) and fiori di zucca(fried zucchini flowers stuffed with mozzarella), both of which were incredible. Here’s our photograph’s of Rome’s Jewish Ghetto.

Jewish Ghetto Rome

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Jewish Ghetto Rome

You can buy this photography print from my shop.

Jewish Ghetto Rome

Jewish Ghetto Rome

Jewish Ghetto Rome

Jewish Ghetto Rome

Jewish Ghetto Rome

Jewish Ghetto Rome

Jewish Ghetto Rome

Jewish Ghetto Rome

Jewish Ghetto Rome

Jewish Ghetto Rome

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