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Jerusalems Mea Shearim quarter represents a living museum. Its residents have preserved the traditional ways of life that existed for centuries among ultra-Orthodox Jews in the ghettos of Northern and Eastern Europe. They live and dress in the same somber style as did their European ancestors. If you’re visiting Jerusalem and are interested in people and their ways of life, don’t miss the city’s Mea Shearim quarter. Jerusalem is a city of neighborhoods. Secular and religious groups generally live apart in their own sharply defined areas, and the contrast between these neighborhoods can be dramatic. In one all-Jewish neighborhood called Ramot, for example, the inhabitants are mainly secular, or nonobservant, Jews. Nearby, in Mea Shearim, live ultra-Orthodox Jewish fundamentalists, some so radical they are referred to as ultra ultras. This e-book relates the history of Mea Shearim and provides a walking tour through the quarter. It also lists the rules you need to follow while visiting.