On the beach of Santa Maria al Bagno, August 1946. (From the collection of Paolo Pisacane) Less than 80 km separate Santa Cesarea Terme, where DP Camp 36 was, from the other side of the Adriatic Sea. Looking carefully, one can see mountains towering above the horizon. The ‘Porta d’Oriente‘ (Gate of the Orient) café in Santa Cesarea Terme still shows the Hebrew signs left by the refugees, who used it as a canteen during their stay in the village. Rita Basile shows a UNRRA blanket she was given by a refugee. A group of Jewish volunteers and locals seen in Villa Filograna in Santa Maria al Bagno, which was used as a canteen and a recreational centre. (From the collection of Paolo Pisacane) Zvi Miller’s wall paintings at the museum of Santa Maria al Bagno. Local actors from Tricase pose in their stage costumes for a play on the Jewish refugees.