Walking through the alleys of Bertinoro in the area of the town that once belonged to the Mainardi family you can leap back in time and find yourself in the Middle Ages, still imagining the people busy in the preparation of the Jewish Passover. In fact, since the14th century the existence of a large and thriving Jewish community is attested, which gave birth to Ovadyah Yare, one of the most famous and authoritative commentators of the Mishna, thecollection of Jewish laws. And Bertinoro's ancient vocation for hospitality is confirmed by rediscovering the evocative traces of this presence .
- Tourist Office Opening Hours
- from Monday to Friday 8.30 am - 2.30pm
tuesday and Thursday 2.30pm - 6.00pm
from May to October open also on Saturday and Sunday
- Interfaith Museum
- For reservation call +39 0543/446600 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (the Museum is currently closed) )
- The Cathedral
- can be visited during the week by making a request to the Tourist Office
4th and 5th June 2021
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