Sant’Angelo’s ancient history is overshadowed by its more recent, difficult identity as Rome’s Renaissance-era Ghetto where the city’s Jewish population was forced to live behind walled gates. This imposed isolation created a tightly knit, highly supportive community that still cooks meals together, celebrates high holidays with festivals, and retains a village feel. Now without its walls, others are invited to experience Sant'Angelo's rich roots, too.See places to stay Save this neighbourhood
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Thomas Toti is a photographer and director of photography. He has been burning film since he was 15 years old. A fascination for different cultures has led him to travel and this passion manifests itself in his work, where he applies a fresh approach to every shoot. He is intrigued by Rome and loved shooting for Airbnb as it allowed him to pay homage to both the city and its tourists.
Marco Giarracca lives in Rome and works around the world. After four years studying music he took up photography in 2001. His work mainly focuses on interiors, architecture, food, still-life, and portraits. When he’s not working he loves good food, hiking, climbing, travelling, and meeting new people. He was delighted to photograph his beautiful home city for Airbnb.
Pauline Boldt is a freelance photographer and creative director who works globally. She takes pictures of where she is and what is around her. While spending two weeks in Rome photographing for Airbnb, she loved getting to know the historic city intimately. Pauline's current work can be found on her internationally featured blog, 26mertonroad.com.