By Giancarlo Buonomo
75 Years Later, The Terror Of The Roman Ghetto Raid Remains
For 87 years, Signora Speranza Sonnino has awoken to the sounds of the ghetto. Located on the banks of the Tiber near the city center, this area takes it name from the 300-plus years in which the Jews of Rome were penned in here by Papal decree. When the walls of the ghetto had been…
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