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Title: Jewish Ghetto in Venice, Italy

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Subject: History
Author: Rose M
Date: July 2, 2013
Level: University
Grade: A
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Mixed in with the Levantine and Ashkenazim Jews, were Italian Jews who migrated north to Venice from the central and southern parts of the peninsula, mainly coming from Rome where they were faced with anti-semitism . In 1575, the Italians built their own synagogue, the Scola Italiana, which was built on top of apartments...

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The structure features a cupola which is barely visible from the square below. Around 1650, the Ghettos population reached a peak at 4,000 inhabitants. A feat hard to believe as you wonder around today, an area no bigger than two and a half city blocks. The German, Italian and Levantine communities were independent, yet lived side by side to one another...

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