The Rome Jewish Community Museum

Lungotevere Cenci, 15

Opening time: Mon. to Thur. 9-16.30, Fri. 9-14, Sun. 9.30-12.30 closed Sat. and Jewish holidays
Admission charges: full price Lit. 10,000, concessions Lit. 6,000
private property

The museum houses a number of manuscripts in Hebrew, documents on the Nazi occupation of Rome and religious objects. Liturgical silver works, "markers" for the Sefer Tor reading, late 18th-century bound prayer books, early 18th-century lamps, jugs and bowls, half-crowns, Ark keys and other devotional objects. Remarkable exhibits: the Prophet Eljiah Chair (1870) and a parchment Berachot for a Meghillat Ester (12th century).

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