We found the area and saw the large plaque memorializing the holocaust. A local woman came out and told us to turn left to find the significant synagogue but we only found a reconstruction of what we assume was a different one. The area is filled with shops and restaurants. Compared to other ghettos, it didn't seem as claustrophobic as some-similar to a typical Venetian street.
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