Where: Jerusalem, Israel
The Wailing Wall was constructed as one side of walls that surrounded a temple in Jerusalem. It came to be known as the holiest place for them to pray. The name Wailing Wall came from the fact that the temple that lay in the compound was destroyed.
The collection of architecture is unique to each religion. However, there are some similarities depending on what religion it is. For example, Hinduism and Buddhism share many aspects religiously and as such also share architecture. Like the mandala shape that appears in both sets of temples. Same goes for Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. The foundation of their religions is what shapes their architecture.
In addition to the similarity of the architecture in terms of similar religions, one thing they all have in common is there grandeur. All of these beguiling swere meant to draw attention and provide awe in front of the religion. These temples and churches were created by kings and emperors of wealthy kingdoms and represent that with the amount of money that went into each project.