On the second day of your trip, you will be going to see the Western Wall, also can be known as the Wailing Wall, or simply just the Kotel. This is a ancient limestone Wall, or shrine, located in Jerusalem, at the foot of the western side of the Temple Mount. Besides the Temple Mount in its entirety, the Western Wall is one of the most sacred, holiest places to Judaism. The architecture on the Western Wall is amazing, with its large stone blocks with nothing in etween them holding them together, just extremly preside block placement. This has been a place where Jews and Pilgrims come to pray and worship. Many people come to the wall and place notes, drawings, and letters between the blocks. Some are prayers, essays to loved ones, or even just pictures. Twice a year, these collections are removed and buried in the Mount of Olives. Jerusalem has been attacked, destroyed and rebuilt many times, 9 times to be exact, the Western Wall has remained stabled. It's believed that god promised that the Jewish people will never been destroyed, so they believe that the Western Wall is the symbol of all Jewish people.