Do you know that?


The church and the government of Rome set Wednesday, March 6, 1430, as the day when all the Jews of Rome must convert or face death. On that day a great earthquake shook Rome and many of the archbishops and priests who conceived the decree were killed. Following a very big earthquake that shocked all […]

Shavuot is coming


Shavuot is coming The word Shavuot means “weeks.” It celebrates the completion of the seven-week Omer counting period between Passover and Shavuot. The Torah was given by G‑d to the Jewish people on Mount Sinai on Shavuot more than 3,300 years ago. Every year on the holiday of Shavuot we renew our acceptance of G‑d’s […]

Kosher Meals to Go for Jewish Tourists and Students in Rome


While in Rome you can still have your delicious kosher meals easily and fast. If you are planning to go studying abroad or a trip amongst history, magnificent ancient architecture, great food and still respect your jewish dietary law, the city of Rome is your perfect destination. In Rome, kosher meals are delivered to your […]

From Judah Maccabee to Simon Bar Kokhba

Rome Colosseum

Ancient Rome and its relations with Judea. In this tour we will study how Jewish and Roman resources described the situation and reveal some particular information, which is not commonly known. Another issue that will be dealt is how from this interrelationship a new religion was born: Christianity. Jews settled in Rome already in second […]