The latest MEIS' exhibit "Ferrara ebraica" is now online
The National Museum of Italian Judaism and the Shoah in Ferrara is temporarily closed because of the Coronavirus emergency. However, we remain committed to spreading the knowledge about Italian Jewish history and culture. Therefore, we are going “virtual.”
The latest MEIS’ exhibit devoted to the Ferrara ebraica/Jewish Ferrara, one of the most important Jewish communities of Italy, can now be found online.
We invite you to watch some videos, listen to music and discover number of precious artefacts.
Begin your visit now: https://ferraraebraica.meis.museum/en/
ABOUT JEWISH FERRARA
The Jews and Ferrara, have had an inextricably intertwined relationship for over a thousand years.
The path of the exhibition accompanies the visitor on a journey through time, capturing the singular identity and the main stages of the ancient and still active Jewish community of Ferrara.
The exhibit, promoted and guided by the MEIS Executive Director Simonetta Della Seta, is curated by Sharon Reichel and designed by Giulia Gallerani.
(photo credit Marco Caselli Nirmal)