Italy's Last Standing Ghetto To Be Demolished

PADUA , ITALY - JULY 17: Rubbish litters one of the empty blocks of the six Via Anelli apartment blocks on July 17, 2007 in Padua, northern Italy. The run-down Via Anelli estate is ringed with a steel wall, following riots between rival gangs and criminal activity involving drugs and prostitution. The high-rise flats were built in the 1980s for the purpose of student accommodation, but now house several hundred immigrants, mostly African. In the coming days, the remaining residents will be required to leave their accommodation as the area will become "off limits" and awaiting demolition. (Photo by Giuseppe Cacace/Getty Images)
PADUA , ITALY - JULY 17: Rubbish litters one of the empty blocks of the six Via Anelli apartment blocks on July 17, 2007 in Padua, northern Italy. The run-down Via Anelli estate is ringed with a steel wall, following riots between rival gangs and criminal activity involving drugs and prostitution. The high-rise flats were built in the 1980s for the purpose of student accommodation, but now house several hundred immigrants, mostly African. In the coming days, the remaining residents will be required to leave their accommodation as the area will become "off limits" and awaiting demolition. (Photo by Giuseppe Cacace/Getty Images)
Italy's Last Standing Ghetto To Be Demolished
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