A Jewish wedding was celebrated in the Calabria region in Southern Italy, at the site of a 1500-year-old synagogue.
A sticker with an inscription in German stating: "The murderer always returns to the scene of the crime" was attached to a Holocaust memorial cobblestone.
Fascist symbols, rhetoric and salutes have made their way out of the hooligan sections of football stadiums and into Italian streets in the run-up to the European elections.
A Polish-born Holocaust survivor opened a book fair in Italy to a standing ovation, after organisers agreed to ban a publisher linked to a neo-fascist group.
“Antisemitism, in the past as well as today, is a suicide of the European man,” PM Giuseppe Conte said speaking at the Great Synagogue of Rome.
The University of Florence has dedicated a garden to a Jewish professor expelled after the promulgation of the 1938 racial laws.