Bologna: Former Jewish Ghetto OL
- 20 US dollars$20
The history of the Jewish community of Bologna is a long and controversial one, closely connected with the history of the city itself. We had one of the most ancient Jewish settlements, an early chair in Hebraism at the University, some important Jewish printeries and a renowned school of talmudic studies. On the other hand Bologna was also one of the first cities to adopt the papal edict which marked the beginning of the jewish ghetto's time. The history of Bolognese Jews is tormented, alternating periods of integration and connection and times of hostility and segregation. This fascinating story is written in the narrow streets and alleys of the former jewish ghetto, and in this tour you will discover it.
If you are booking for more than 2 people physically present with you, buy additional tickets for all viewers present with you. Teletours can be on-location or off-site with pictures, depending on weather, local time and conditions. All sales are final. For cancellations and rescheduling contact customer service. If approved, refunds will include the ticket price less the Teletourguide.com fees (which consists of the payment processing fee and the service fee combined). The Teletourguide.com fees are nonrefundable, so we won't return them to the teletour buyer when a refund is approved and processed. If a teletour is cancelled or postponed for any reason by Teletourguide.com, the buyer will receive a credit for another teletour.
49 Florence St, Chestnut Hill, MA, USA