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Western Wall

  • The Western Wall, Jerusalem

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TripAdvisor Reviews

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Historic
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed today

I prayed there, but nothing happened lol. Thousands and thousands of pilgrims, praying and hoping. Fascinating.

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Powerful
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 1 day ago

The western wall is such a powerful place that evokes many emotions from visitors and worshippers. My friend and I visited the wall twice while in Jerusalem and enjoyed it both times. During the day, we found many tour groups and in the evening we found more bar mitzvahs and traditional worshippers. I am...

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The western wall is such a powerful place that evokes many emotions from visitors and worshippers. My friend and I visited the wall twice while in Jerusalem and enjoyed it both times. During the day, we found many tour groups and in the evening we found more bar mitzvahs and traditional worshippers. I am always very respectful of local traditions and wore pants and a long sleeve T-shirt (high neck) and was told by a local woman to “cover up” in the evening. I kept walking but be aware of that in the evenings.

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Historical and Spiritual
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 1 day ago

A wall that’s over two thousand years old - of course that something interesting to see, but when you realize that this is part of The Holy Temple of Jerusalem, it adds so many layers of religious, spiritual and historical significance for billions of people. Touching the wall, you can’t help but feel the...

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A wall that’s over two thousand years old - of course that something interesting to see, but when you realize that this is part of The Holy Temple of Jerusalem, it adds so many layers of religious, spiritual and historical significance for billions of people. Touching the wall, you can’t help but feel the power that has people fighting over this city for thousands of years. It’s a pity that the ultra-Orthodox Jewry has taken such strong control of the site, as it is important to more than just them. I have no problem respecting the existing traditions but there should be a section where I can be able to visit with my daughter and explain to her the stories. Regardless, a must-see in the Old City.

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