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In Jerusalem, there are places where time stands still. In Mea Shearim, the atmosphere of a 200 years-old Jewish town organically coexists with the 21st century world. An excursion to one of the most interesting and incredible ultra-Orthodox neighborhoods of Jerusalem on the eve of the Atonement Day.

We invite you to an unforgettable Ethno Tour, which will combine the visits to the most interesting places in the city and the amazing history of the cultural capital of modern Turkey. We will shoot the Blue Mosque at dawn when there are no tourists there yet, watch the fishing schooners unloading fish at the market, go through the narrow streets of the old quarter and visit the places that no tourists go to. During the week, we will seek for the stories, learn to speak Turkish and enjoy the most delicious food in the Middle East.

We offer you to touch one of the biggest mysteries of the Land of Israel, and join the unique night Photo Tour to the Mount Gerizim. Our program will begin in the sixth night after the full moon at midnight.

You have not seen Mar Saba like this. I invite you to an incredible ethno-trek in the Judean Desert at the moon! During the night, we will learn the secrets of the seclusion of the Holy City desert, see a line of Jerusalem at the burning horizon, will rise to the highest point of the Judean Desert Mount Muntar, and meet the sunrise looking at the most beautiful monastery on the Middle East.

Thrice a year Samaritans ascend the Mount Gerizim (just like Jews in the time of the Temple ascended the Temple Mount in Jerusalem) to recite the special sunrise prayer and get the blessing of the High Priest. So on Saturday hundreds of men in the festive white clothing went up to the mountain top covered in fog above the flaming city of Schem in order to rise the ancient Torah scroll to the clouds and say ‘Hear Israel!’.

We offer you to touch one of the biggest mysteries of the Land of Israel, and join the unique night Photo Tour to the Mount Gerizim. Our program will begin in the sixth night after the full moon at midnight.

On January 18, the celebration of the Epiphany (Orthodox style) will take place at Qasr el-Yahud, the site of the traditional baptism of Jesus Christ. On this day, the Orthodox world remembers the baptism of Jesus by John the Baptist in the Jordan River and happily dips into the muddy waters of the river. I invite you to join a unique ethno-photo-tour, which happens only once a year!

I invite you to spend a festive evening of the Eighth candle lighting in the photo-master class at the Mea Shearim neighborhood – one of the most interesting places in Israel, also loved by photographers all over the world. Of course, in addition to the main purpose of our visit – shooting holiday lights – you’ll learn a lot about the life of the country’s most orthodox quarter, look into its windows and see what the Hanukkah in Mea Shearim is.

We invite you to take part in the journey to the most incredible place you’ve ever been! Come to visit the last lost tribes in South Ethiopia and to take your best photo shoot.