At about 1600 feet, the Western Wall is the longest of the four walls retaining the Temple Mount. It is mainly noted for its tourism and frequent visitors, as it is a famous Jewish prayer area for the people of Israel.
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Western Wall (Jerusalem); Architecture -- Religious architecture -- Israel -- Jerusalem; Architecture, Islamic;
Smolski, Chet, "Jerusalem: Western Wall" (1980). Browse All. 770.
historic, religious architecture, tourism, Western Wall, Jerusalem