Chabad of Venice welcomes you to join us for Shabbat & Holidays. Every Shabbat & every Holiday all throughout the year, we offer different options for Shabbat/Holiday meals for all visitors and Venice community members.
The Jewish Ghetto, the world’s oldest, remains intact and is still marked by dark porticoes, peeling paint, laundry hung out to dry, and windows placed so close above one another that you're back aches just thinking about the low ceiling.
Venice is a city replete with Jewish history, including the first printing of holy books, such as two of Judaism’s most important, the Rambam’s Mishneh Torah and the Shulchan Aruch. For 28 years, Chabad of Venice has been serving tourists from all over the world, as well as our local community.
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Venice is a city replete with Jewish history, including the first printing of holy books, such as two of Judaism’s most important, the Rambam’s Mishneh Torah and the Shulchan Aruch. For two decades, Chabad of Venice has been serving tourists from all over the world, as well as our local community. We hope you enjoy reading about our activities, which are certain to inspire. From what the past 30 years has already brought to the city, you can trust that Chabad of Venice will continue to deliver the best of Jewish education, art and culture.
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The Rabbinical Yeshiva currently serves as the Chabad shul, attended by thousands of Jewish tourists who pass through the city every year. A recent article in the Jerusalem Post stated that 12 million tourists visit Venice annually, including 300,000 Jews.
Passover preparations are well underway and almost 350 pounds of handmade shmurah matzah has arrived in the Ghetto for distribution by the Rabbinical Yeshiva students, to Venetians and all over North Italy, as well as for our public seders.