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Situated on the banks of the Tiber river, the ghetto is home to the Eternal City's thriving jewish community. Although Rome has been home to a large jewish community as early as the 2nd century AD, it was not until 1555, when the Pope ostracised this tight knit community to the Rione Sant'Angelo, along the banks of the Tiber. Today there remains an a great mix of kosher restaurants boasting delicious jewish delicacies, one of the largest synagogues in Europe, and even Teatro Marcello, a theatre dedicated to Emperor Augustus's nephew of which the robust facade is still visible from the southern entrance to the neighbourhoods. the Jewish Ghetto. Take a stroll along Via di Portico d'Ottavia, the central boulevard of the community, or relax in the sunshine at Piazza Mattei at the famous Fontana di Tartarughe. A plethora of sumptuous restaurants, bars and eclectic shops are all within walking distance. Try Benito's on Via dei Falegnami for their smoked duck, or Fonzies burger bar if your in the mood for a something quick to go. Either way, you can not go wrong in the Jewish Ghetto, if a city centre had a centre, its the Jewish Ghetto... where guests can walk to any site the city has to offer in 15 minutes or less.

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