17.04.2010. Los Angeles, United States of America. Orthodox Jews on their way to shabat in the Pico area of LA, were many of the most important Jewish synagogues are located. The jewsish community in LA is the third largest in the world after NYC and Miami. Los Angeles is now the most religiously diverse city in the world. While race has been the dominant American social issue in the past century, religious diversity is emerging as a great challenge of the twenty-first. With more than 600 separate faith communities under the same roof, the City of Angels is the laboratory, a microcosmos of the world mirroring possible futures. We went to Los Angeles to tap into the American quest for a new identity. Photo: Christopher Olssøn.