The Museo Ebraico that inhabits the old synagogue is a rare opportunity to explore how the Jewish community lived in Italy. The fact that functional rooms, the dye room, the wine cellar and the butchery are preserved is priceless and I haven't seen another example like it from this time period. A little more interpretative material would be helpful, but it's still an interesting and informative site. Just outside the Museo there is a small shop that sells the Little Gerusalem wine (not great, but proceeds support the attraction) and a tasty variation on charoset called sfratti (the exiled), basically a fruit and nut paste wrapped in a cookie-like pastry. Make sure to try it!
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