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Rome: Dignitaries, 1000+ Donuts, and Chanukah Joy

December 2, 2013 3:57 PM
For the 26th year, Romans and Jewish families from throughout Italy gathered at Barberini square for the main Chanukah menorah lighting, one of many that are held each evening throughout the city. (Photos: Francesca Di Majo, public relations office of Rome)
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The Piazza Barberini menorah designed by Galia Raccah and engineer Daniel Raccah is an architectural marvel weighing 6,878 pounds and standing at 22.5 feet. (Photos: Francesca Di Majo, public relations office of Rome)
The Piazza Barberini menorah designed by Galia Raccah and engineer Daniel Raccah is an architectural marvel weighing 6,878 pounds and standing at 22.5 feet. (Photos: Francesca Di Majo, public relations office of Rome)

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Anonymous December 5, 2013

A Light To The Nations :-) This is good. Reply