Secluded Way of Life. The urban street scene and character of the Ultra-Orthodox neighborhoods is visually different from other neighborhoods in the city. The façades and shop windows in the main streets and some alleyways are a continuous “billboard” of advertisements, inscriptions, graffiti, stickers and notices. These writings inform us of many aspects of Ultra-Orthodox ways of life, traditions and customs, all based on strict Jewish law. This “billboard”, is a mixture of Hebrew, Yiddish and English, and deals with dress and modesty codes, segregation of men from women, bans against television, cellphones and internet, as well as customs relating to diverse topics from hairdressing, through marriage, to anti-Zionist politics.