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We visited the Wailing Wall twice - two days prior to Yom Kippur and again on Yom Kippur. The first visit was part of a guided tour so wasn’t a long visit however we walked back by ourselves on Yom Kippur just to savour the...More
The people here are very kind and religous. they respect you and dont judge you if you go to visit. the rules are quit strict though, no non modest clothing, eg: shorts, crop tops... and you must not interrupt people when they are praying.
Western Wall is the closest place to the Holiest of the Holiest of the Temple - the Foundation Stone, where the Jews snd the Christians are permitted to pray. This is a place, full of Mystical Engergy, and one simply cannot avoid but feeling that
If you want to experience the very beginnings of history, the Western Wall is your place. You can literally feel energy vibrating from the wall, and you quickly realize how insignificant a lifetime really is in the grand scheme of world history. Such an awesome...More
We couldn’t visit Jerusalem without visiting the Wailing Wall.
It was surprising how palpable the religious importance felt to us. I had considered it mostly a historical site, but it ended up being much more.
A visit to the wall is not only a religious experience but moving as well.
For women, remember to bring a cover for your shoulders and knees. Also the women’s side is smaller and more crowded so be prepared to wait to touch or pray...More
This is the western wall of the second Jewish temple. Next to it are two of the most important and beautiful mosques in the Muslim world, built on the site where the temple itself was. This creates problems that may arise in the future. My...More
No, this religious site is free (a place for worship), so no charge. Just dress modestly and cover your head with what'ever handed ("yarmulka" for men, shawl for women). Seperate area - men to the left, wo,emn to the right... More
No, this religious site is free (a place for worship), so no charge. Just dress modestly and cover your head with what'ever handed ("yarmulka" for men, shawl for women). Seperate area - men to the left, wo,emn to the right area. Enjoy your visit