Rome is one step closer to having a Holocaust Museum. The municipal council this week unanimously approved purchase of a 3,000-square-meter site for the museum. The location, on the grounds of Villa Torlonia, is symbolically significant: Villa Torlonia was Mussolini’s residence.
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