I don't know what goes through my mind when I think of Ghetto per say , but I do love this area of town. Filled with eclectic little shops and funky people . I go here a lot because I love the fabric shops where I buy all my fabrics to sew clothes. One needs to really rummage around to find the bargains in the shops by going down stairs or up stairs . There is a very beautiful little stone paved piazza that is a gorgeous haven of peace and tranquility where you can have a coffee or a fruit drink ( even a spritz or prosecco if its the right time of day for you). The ghetto has an interesting history well worth reading about for those interested in that kind of thing . There are some good clothes shops for those interested in one offs and little known but excellent designers. There is a vintage shop selling designer vintage bags , and clothes ..a few old print shops galleries and antique shops. I love looking at the variety of ancient columns used on the houses , as in recycled from roman times , but used in maybe the 16 th century ... its a fascinating place that makes you wish walls could talk when you are there . I can't help being fascinated by the area.
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