This collection consists of digital 3D models of devotional objects produced in Bethlehem. The 3D models have been produced using photogrammetry software. The initial collection focuses on the famous replica models of holy sites carved by Bethlehem artisans between the 16th and 19th centuries, using scale drawings produced by the Franciscan community resident in the town. The artisans carved the models from olive and pistachio wood with inlays of mother-of-pearl, ivory and camel bone. The models were designed to be dismantled with various detachable parts allowing interior features to be viewed. They were commissioned by the Franciscans to be sold or donated to pilgrims, dignitaries and churches all over Europe. We are seeking to expand the collection of 3D models and welcome suggestions for capturing objects of all different kinds.