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... a Christian Church and tried to force the Jews to convert. The Church of Santa Maria Della Pieta has both Hebrew and Latin inscriptions over the door and was one of these two churches. We also visited the Piazza where the Jews were taken from on October 16, 1943. When the Nazis first arrived they told the Jewish community they needed to pay them in 50 kilos of gold. The community of Jews as well as many ...
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... make back across the river and to the Vatican. The Vatican and St Peters were spectacular to say the least. Impressive artworks and sculptures throughout the city state, provide clarity to the huge crowds that descended. In crowds far worse then we have ever seen in Disneyland or even Oxford St, London last week, we soaked up the atmosphere of this holy city. So the verdict? If not for the crowds and the lack of information (that was free), the Vatican museums would be on par ...
... due to the other tours around us interfering with our signal. Walking up another set of marble stairs and into the first rooms of the museum we were treated to a number of hallways with great painted ceilings and statues. It was beautiful with so much to look at. The detail on the ceilings were insane. You had to carefully look over each portion of the room to get it all. Through the archways and past the columns in the hallway to the main tapestry ...
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