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  • Laura Clayton

    'Lament of the Faithful at the Wailing Wall, Jerusalem' by Gustav Bauernfeind, German. Oil, 1890. The Western Wall (Hebrew הכותל המערבי, ha-ha-Maarawi Kotel, also called the Western Wall) - the only surviving to this day remnant of the Temple. At present it is the holiest place of Judaism. The surviving walls are part of the second temple built on the hill of Moriah.

  • Magdalena76th Pins

    Bucket List: visit Jerusalem & the Holy Land... The Wailing Wall - Jerusalem

  • Kristen Long

    Western Wall/ Wailing Wall. Jerusalem, Israel.

  • Michelle Neuenschwander

    The Wall is separated into sides. The women can not pray with the men. With prayers upon prayers written on small scrapes of paper and placed between the massive stones they wait for God...when the Messiah is a heart and a prayer away...

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