One of the most ancient Christian denominations in Jerusalem is the Coptic. It flourished during the reign of Mamluk - about 700 years ago and during the power of the Turkish Sultan Mohammed Ali in 1830. Since that time, they began to own the surrounding buildings, and in one of them, there still exists a "tattoo" business of the Razuk family. Vasim Razuk - a modern specialist, claims to be the 27th generation tattoo artist. His family has been keeping traditions, making a small cross tattoo on the wrists since the 13th century. Many pilgrims used this cross as an "entrance ticket," including safe access to holy places.