An old and illustrious history of which not much remains - except for the Sinagoga Ebraica
Like many if not most European cities, back in the day, Bologna had a neighbourhood to which Jews were confined every night - in this case, decreed in 1556 by Pope Paul IV, until they were finally expelled in 1593. Today this charming, historic area near the famous towers of Bologna retains relatively little of its Hebraic history, but there is a Via de' Giudei, and you can visit the early-1870s New Synagogue at Via de' Gombruti 9, destroyed and reconstructed after Allied bombing in World War II. Certainly, one of the sadder parts of town.
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