WATCH: Jewish traditions survive in remote Ethiopian community

Every year the city of Gondar, Ethiopia, hosts what is considered to be the largest Passover celebration in the world. That is because Gondar is home to the Falash Mura, a community that practices Judaism but whose ancestors converted to Christianity in the 19th century.

Israeli photographer Lior Sperandeo shares his stunning images from Gondar and his reflections on the community’s dedication to traditions.