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Cimitero Ebraico di Ferrara, Ferrara

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  • Easily accessible by a pleasant walk, the Jewish cemetery and is always open to visitors, thanks to the availability of the lady who does the guardian: If you find it closed and you want to visit, play and open. I just ask you to respect the sanctity of the place, and avoid talking on your cell phone. You can leave a donation. Once inside, you will find yourself in a huge garden, rather than in a cemetery, where on the gravestones surrounded by greenery you can retrace the history, among others, of the family that it inspired the novel Finzi. Not surprisingly, the cemetery hosts its author: Tomb is indicated by a sculpture by Pomodoro. Very impressive.
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  • A place away from the time in history where peace, melancholy and despair often alternate in a few steps. A place that I recommend but I don't think it's for everyone.
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  • I went to the Jewish cemetery in Ferrara repeatedly, for a tribute to a friend and colleague who died, and each time I was amazed by the charm that emanates from this place. You can go around in the tree-lined avenues of this "Park" in an unreal silence that encourages respect and meditation then dwell on the graves of citizens who brought prestige to Ferrara. Near the Center and almost a continuation of the city walls.
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