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  • Date: 19/2/2010
  • Name: franco from: vigevano
  • Message: buon sabato agli amici del sito che mi stato molto utile nella mia visita al ghetto in occasione del carnevale
  • Date: 9/3/2009
  • Name: roberto from: siracusa
  • Message: Ho sentito per radio che la vostra festa,tanti auguri a tutti gli amici
  • Date: 25/11/2008
  • Name: Pier from: Vigevano
  • Web site: W3A
  • Message: Ho visitato il ghetto e devo dire che ho trovato tutto molto interessante, scoprendo particolari fino a poco tempo fa sconosciuti. Mi piacerebbe conoscere qualche persona ebrea per capire alcuni particolari della vostra cultura e tradizione.
  • Date: 2/11/2008
  • Name: Helaine Norman from: Lynn Haven, FL
  • Web site: theazoy.blogspot.com
  • Message: Enjoyed my visit there and hearing first hand the history. I didn't know that the word Ghetto came from this island of Venice and at first was offended when trying to find the Jewish District when people would say, "You mean the Ghetto." Then, the guide of the museum and synagogues explained the origin of the word came from there and evolved later to have another meaning altogether. Ate at the Gam Gam and it was the best meal I had in Italy! Mention that others should plan on eating there!

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