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For the 500th anniversary of the Jewish ghetto, Venice’s shrinking Jewish population hopes to reconnect with and celebrate its history.
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It would seem that every region of Italy has been fully explored and is brimming with visitors wanting to discover ancient history or escape to a countryside retreat -- but, as ever, there is still more of Italy to uncover including the region of Molise....
For the first time, visitors to the Vatican can take a quick ride through the world’s smallest state and experience a part of papal life previously closed to visitors: the state railway of the Holy See and the Pope’s summer residence, Castel Gandolfo, 15 miles southeast of Rome.