The Ghet­to, tra­di­tion and ta­ste

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A new ini­tia­ti­ve of si­gni­fi­cant cul­tu­ral and sym­bo­lic in­te­re­st has laun­ched in Ve­ni­ce. An ex­pert gui­de will ac­com­pa­ny vi­si­tors on a tour de­di­ca­ted to di­sco­ve­ring the Ghet­to, a ci­ty landmark im­bued with an old-world at­mo­sphe­re. The tour in­clu­des a vi­sit to th­ree sy­na­go­gues, the spi­ri­tual and ar­ti­stic heart of the Ghet­to, as well as one to the an­cient pa­wn shop, the Ban­co Ros­so or Red Ben­ch (with the scree­ning of a do­cu­men­ta­ry about its hi­sto­ry). This will be fol­lo­wed by a sto­po­ver at the Ghimel Gar­den, the on­ly re­stau­rant in the ci­ty cer­ti­fied as ko­sher by the Chief Rab­bi of the Ve­ni­ce Com­mu­ni­ty, whe­re, af­ter being wel­co­med with a tra­di­tio­nal Jewi­sh toa­st "Wel­co­me L'chaim! L'chaim!", guests will be trea­ted to a ta­sting me­nu fea­tu­ring ty­pi­cal­ly Jewi­sh-Ve­ne­tian cui­si­ne and a se­lec­tion of stric­tly ko­sher wi­nes. For in­fo and re­ser­va­tion: ve­ni­ce­beyond­the­ghet­to.com

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