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Interested in visiting the sites of Jewish Padua? Here is an itinerary that winds through the area of the ancient Paduan Ghetto to explore the tangle of streets that branch off the central axis, Via San Martino and Solferino. Then we move on to visit the Jewish Museum and the Synagogue. Next we go a little further north, into the charming Savonarola district, to reach the city's first Jewish cemetery. At the Jewish Museum you can purchase a cumulative ticket for these three points of interest. Finally, for those interested, we also point out the more modern Jewish cemetery, opened in the second half of the 19th century. But let's start in order to discover the places of interest of Judaism in Padua.
The area, still called "the Ghetto" by the Paduans, stretches south of Piazza delle Erbe. From there unravels a maze of alleys full of elegant stores,…Discover more
The building was once the site of the German Synagogue, founded in 1522 and destroyed by fire set by fascist squads in 1943. After a postwar restoration…Discover more
The Italian Synagogue was founded in 1548 and is still active today as a place of worship for Padua's Israelite community. It is worth…Discover more
Stumbling Stones have been set in the pavement of various cities to keep alive memory of the victims of Nazi-fascism at the initiative…Discover more
Once upon a time Padua had seven Jewish cemeteries. Nowdays only two of them remain.
The oldest one, used from the 16th to 18th centuries,…Discover more