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Western Wall

  • The Western Wall, Jerusalem

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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 11135 traveler reviews
Powerful religious site and photographically interesting also
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on May 11, 2020

Our time was limited here since we were on a pilgrimage, but this remnant of the temple is powerful regardless of how long you spend here. As an amateur photographer, I found it also a positive subject. It is a religious site, so I used a pocket camera and left the normal gear of...

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Our time was limited here since we were on a pilgrimage, but this remnant of the temple is powerful regardless of how long you spend here. As an amateur photographer, I found it also a positive subject. It is a religious site, so I used a pocket camera and left the normal gear of DSRL etc at home. My advice, pray at the wall first, soak up the atmosphere second, and photograph third. Be aware that men enter on the left. Practical tip: restrooms are large, clean, and sort of opposite the men's entrance.

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The Western Wall - Wailing Walll
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on May 4, 2020

This was our second visit to the Western Wall - The Wailing Wall. Unfortunately, this visit we arrived on a holiday, or a Sabbath Day and the large crowds of reverent, prayerful Jewish prevented us from reaching all of the way to the Wall surface itself. (On our previous visit, it was very uncrowded...

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This was our second visit to the Western Wall - The Wailing Wall. Unfortunately, this visit we arrived on a holiday, or a Sabbath Day and the large crowds of reverent, prayerful Jewish prevented us from reaching all of the way to the Wall surface itself. (On our previous visit, it was very uncrowded and we were able to approach the wall's surface itself. What an experience! Whether Christian or Jew, one cannot help but be awed and spiritually inspired by the ancient, over-2,000 year old structure. The seat of so much Old, and New, Testament history is an inspiration and spiritual evoking attraction for all!

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Wailing wall for all faiths
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on April 28, 2020

This is Judaism's holiest site but open for all religions, in fact Pope John Paull II famously visited it in 2000 in the hopes of improving Christian-Jewish relations. So, why not. There has been a lot of controversies regarding this Wall and a very delicate issue, too that could spark another rift with Muslim...

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This is Judaism's holiest site but open for all religions, in fact Pope John Paull II famously visited it in 2000 in the hopes of improving Christian-Jewish relations. So, why not. There has been a lot of controversies regarding this Wall and a very delicate issue, too that could spark another rift with Muslim community with the Dome of the Rock just a stone's throw away. The Wall is divided into 2 sections, one for men and another for women. Men are usually to cover their heads with a kippah (skullcap) given free before you enter (but please just one kippah per pilgrim only). You can place your prayer requests on the crevices of the Wall. Of course, take lots of photos. Just be quiet, respectful and be mindful of the people who own it - our Jewish brothers.

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