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I invite you to spend a festive evening of the forth 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.

This trip is dedicated to the most beautiful mosaics ever dug out all over the land of Israel, including the Gaza Strip, and collected in one place in ‘The Inn of the Good Samaritan’, to the peculiarities of the mosaic fabrication, as well as to the most surreal monastery of the Judea desert – St. Gerasim – and the site of the alleged baptism of Jesus Christ, Qasr el Yahud.

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.

During this unusual tour, we’ll focus on Ethiopian churches in Jerusalem and tradition of the oriental church. You’ll learn about Ethiopian Christians, and also you will find how many doors should be in the Ethiopian church and why, what is the difference between Lalibela and Gondar crosses, what are the main features of Ethiopian iconography, and more.

Shushan Purim in Mea Shearim will be your perfect experience in old Jewish shettle. Sign up to our walking tour in Mea Shearim and become a real expert in traditional Purim celebration.

I invite you to spend a festive evening of the fifths 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.

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.

Shushan Purim in Mea Shearim will be your perfect experience in old Jewish shettle. Sign up to our walking tour in Mea Shearim and become a real expert in traditional Purim celebration.

During this unusual tour, we’ll focus on Ethiopian churches in Jerusalem and tradition of the oriental church. You’ll learn about Ethiopian Christians, and also you will find how many doors should be in the Ethiopian church and why, what is the difference between Lalibela and Gondar crosses, what are the main features of Ethiopian iconography, and more.