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Western Wall

  • The Western Wall, Jerusalem

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Discover the ancient heart of Jerusalem by sifting the Temple Mount's soil. Join now the Temple Mount sifting project. Read more
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A special keepsake and memorable from the Old City and the Holy Land! Read more

Recommended restaurants near the Western Wall

Enjoy a retro modern culinary experience offering fresh fish and aged-beef in a homely and romantic setting. Read more
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A Unique Blend of Tourism and Faith
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There seemed to be a detente between the worshippers at the Wailing Wall, and the tourists. Both respected each other, but I am usually suspicious of those who choose icons (like a wall) to openly practice their worship. There is a great deal of symbolism there, as found throughout the Old City...

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There seemed to be a detente between the worshippers at the Wailing Wall, and the tourists. Both respected each other, but I am usually suspicious of those who choose icons (like a wall) to openly practice their worship. There is a great deal of symbolism there, as found throughout the Old City of Jerusalem.

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Holy Land Tour
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We walked from Dung Gate to the Western Wall, also known as Wailing Wall, a place of prayer and pilgrimage sacred to the Jewish people. It is very impressive to see the ceremony and touch this wall.

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As a Jew I wanted to se this very much. I did not think I would be as overwhelmed as I became. This was very moving and special and being able to honor my family was something special. A friend of mine, who is not jewish, went to the wall with me and also...

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As a Jew I wanted to se this very much. I did not think I would be as overwhelmed as I became. This was very moving and special and being able to honor my family was something special. A friend of mine, who is not jewish, went to the wall with me and also put a prayer in the wall. It is interesting that the prayers are cleaned out regularly and buried, not burned.

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