Angelo di Castro studied engineering and architecture after World War I, first in Torino and later in Rome. As a Jew, he was banned after 1939 from working in World War II. After the war he became a renowned architect, working on residential buildings in major cities such as Bari, Florence and Rome. At the beginning of the 1960s he rebuilt the synagogue in Livorno, which was destroyed by the Fascists during the World War II.
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