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Western Wall

  • The Western Wall, Jerusalem

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TripAdvisor Reviews

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Under construction
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 1 day ago

It is very hard to grasp the significance of the place when you have all these steel bars, cranes and cement lying around. Hope they finish whatever they are doing soon.

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A must - see in Jerusalem
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

This is such an iconic place that it shouldn't be missed when visiting Jerusalem. Try to visit on a Friday evening around 6pm so you can see the Sabbath celebrations. During the day it is quieter. You must pass through security to enter the Western wall plaza. The plaza has separate sections for...

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This is such an iconic place that it shouldn't be missed when visiting Jerusalem. Try to visit on a Friday evening around 6pm so you can see the Sabbath celebrations. During the day it is quieter. You must pass through security to enter the Western wall plaza. The plaza has separate sections for men and women.

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The Wall Very Sacred to the Jews!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

It is also called the Wailing Wall, considered very holy to the Jews, situated in the old city. It is part of the wall surrounding the two thousand years old Jewish Temple which does not exist today. Hence the wall is considered sacred. People of different faiths also touch the wall and pray. There...

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It is also called the Wailing Wall, considered very holy to the Jews, situated in the old city. It is part of the wall surrounding the two thousand years old Jewish Temple which does not exist today. Hence the wall is considered sacred. People of different faiths also touch the wall and pray. There were chairs provided for those who wished to spend more time in solemn prayer and meditation. Separate Sections were there for men and women. Dress code is modest, skirts preferred to trousers for women. Photography was not allowed inside. So I had taken pictures of the colorful street approach to the entrance to include here. Drinking water facility was available which was a blessing for walking further to visit more places in the old city. The approach to the wailing wall was through a busy, crowded street of dazzling hues! Entry was through a strict security check. The Wailing wall visit was a unique experience.

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