During Lent, Rome's old Jewish fish market, an extraordinary example of industrial architecture near the Eternal City's Circo Massimo, hosted the fourth edition of Lent Experiments, staged by the Alda Fendi cultural foundation, founded by one of the Fendi sisters, world-famous fashion designers. The event's title, Of Ambergris and Camphor, is taken from a poem by a 10th-century Lebanese poet who dreamed of West and East being united, with Abraham as a single founder of the three major ...

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