- How did Jews live in Florence at the time Michelangelo was sculpting the David? – "Hidden in the city that all the world knows and loves is another Florence: a Jewish Florence!" – Source: Jewish Florence Tours – "Visiting Florence from a Jewish point of view"
- Jewish Culture of Pitigliano – In English – Source: Pitigliano Ferien – "im wilden Süden der Toskana" – In German with some English
- Jewish Focus – Source: the Medici Archive Project – In English, Italian
- JEWISH AND KOSHER TUSCANY, ITALY – Source: Kosher Delight – "Your Jewish Online Magazine!"
- Tuscany – Source: JewishItaly.org section of Jewisheurope.org – "Your Guide to Jewish Europe"
- Source: JEWISH VIRTUAL LIBRARY – "... is a division of the American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise"
- TUSCANY –
- The Virtual Jewish History Tour Florence – By Rebecca Weiner
- The Virtual Jewish History Tour Livorno (Leghorn) – By Rebecca Weiner
- The Virtual Jewish History Tour Pisa – By Rebecca Weiner
- The old cemetery – Location: Firenze/Florence – Source: jewish florence – "Jewish Community of Florence" – In English, Italian – section of moked – "il portale dell'ebraismo italiano" – In Italian Only
- Jewish Museum of Florence – In English, Italian
- Jewish Museum of Livorno – In English – Source: JewishItaly.org – "Your guide to Jewish Italy"
- Great Synagogue (Synagogue, Shul) – Source: JewishItaly.org section of Jewisheurope.org – "Your Guide to Jewish Europe"
- Synagogue and Museum – Source: jewish florence – "Jewish Community of Florence" – In English, Italian – section of moked – "il portale dell'ebraismo italiano" – In Italian Only
- Synagogue (Synagogue, Shul) – Source: JewishItaly.org section of Jewisheurope.org – "Your Guide to Jewish Europe"
- SEE ALSO:
- Info about Jewish Genealogy and Ancesty for Italy * , dated Friday, February 09, 2007
- Info on Judaism (Jewish Italy) in Italy *, dated Wednesday, December 13, 2006
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For all those individuals that celebrate Thanksgiving, I wish everyone of you a very Happy Thanksgiving wherever you are on Thursday. Some of my friends will be traveling with other friends and family -- locally, nationally or internationally. Other friends and acquaintances will be having or are going through a difficult time. It may be the first holiday since a loved one's passing or without a job or being sick or recovering from an illness or whatever. No matter your state of mind and/or health, you are in my prayers and hopes for a better future.
That's it for Wednesday, 25 November 2009: mercoledì, 25 novembre 2009
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Today’s quote is an Italian proverb, author unknown.
"Acqua passata non macina più."
"That's water under the bridge."
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