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Western Wall

Judaism a wall in Jerusalem, the last extant part of the Temple of Herod, held sacred by Jews as a place of prayer and pilgrimage
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Among some of the locations the group visited in the holy city were the Wailing Wall, Temple Mount, Mount of Olives, City of David, The Upper Room, Gordan's Calvary, the Tomb of David, the stations of the cross on the Via Dolorsa and Yad Vashem.
But Mercedes boss Toto Wolff told those complaining to 'take it to the Wailing Wall ' and said: "I think 'just get your f***ing head down, work hard and try to sort it out'.
While there is a lot of hands in air or out in front (somewhat zombie-like) this stylised chorus choreography mirrored the starkness of the designs, a simple blue wall for the Hebrews (also dressed and made up in blue and green) - redolent of the Wailing Wall - and a red wall for the Egyptians (similarly coloured red and ochre), bleachers and a large table.
While there is a lot of hands in air or out in front (somewhat zombielike) this stylised chorus choreography mirrored the starkness of the designs, a simple blue wall for the Hebrews (also dressed and made up in blue and green) - redolent of the Wailing Wall - and a red wall for the Egyptians (similarly coloured red and ochre), bleachers and a large table.
"When you see the faces of the faithful as they walk in groups along the Via Dolorosa in Jerusalem, or approach the Wailing Wall, or see the Dome of the Rock for the first time, you know that for many people a trip to the Holy Land is a genuine trip of a lifetime," the newspaper explained its choice.
In which city is the Wailing Wall? which city is the Wailing Wall?
Stark black and white images reflect the fervour of naga sadhu s at the kumbh mela , the intensity of orthodox Jews at the wailing wall and the poignancy of the pilgrims in Grabarka, Poland, with equal ease.
the cracks of the wailing wall. The heart has reason, reason does not
The President also visited the Western Wall, the Kotel, (commonly known as the Wailing Wall).
Lionel Messi at the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem Lionel Messi did what many celebrities do when they visit Jerusalem ( including Diego Maradona in 1995)-- they write some prayers and pray at the wailing wall.
The center added, "Another group of settlers It's worth mentioning that the settlers organized a march in the anniversary of the so-called "the temple's destruction" that was launched from Bab al-Amoud toward the Wailing Wall. The Israeli police closed the streets to secure their march.
straight to the Wailing Wall yard and highlighted the closing down of