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Jewish Ghetto: A Reflection

Having spent the last three years studying genocide, I know far to well the tragedy of intolerance. Today, we spent a good part of the day in the Jewish Ghetto in Rome. 805 more words

Lemon Ricotta Pie face

I was never a big fan of ricotta pie, but when I lived in Italy for 6 months, I unexpectedly feel in love with Ricotta, how could I not, it was all around me. 506 more words

More Jewish Heritage Work in Kutno

This is part II about heritage work in Kutno. The first is Jewish History of Kutno.

While in Kutno, I visited the Society of Friends of Kutno ( 1,471 more words

Memory

Review: Once (Once, #1) by Morris Gleitzman


Once by Morris Gleitzman

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

There are some books that don’t let go of you once you’ve lived through their story. 364 more words

Book Review

Return of the Pagans

No, not these volk.

As society retreats from Christian influence, not even bothering to pay the homage of hypocrisy to virtue, the people most surprised by the result will be (and already are) those who have been clamoring for the suppression of religion as an offence against their delicate feelings. 1,509 more words

Catholicism

Warsaw - from the ashes and bones to a beautiful skyline

Capital Art Apartments sounds like one of those companies that could be building luxurious flats in any metropolis. Not every metropolis had, however, managed to rise from the ashes quite like Warsaw after the Second World War. 510 more words

History

Campo Del Ghetto

The Jewish Ghetto in Venice.  Setting for Shakespeare’s  Merchant of Venice.  Jews were forced to live here from the 16th to the 18th century.  Delightful section of Venice that still is home to Venice’s small Jewish community (source)

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