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A closer detail of the prayers near the wall. The visitors push notes into the cracks between the stones, and write requests that they hope will be read by the Divine spirit, and their wishes will be granted.
The prayer plaza in front of the western wall is seen here from the west side.
The area closer to the wall is segregated according to Jewish traditions: to the left is the men's prayer area, while on the right is the women's prayer area.
The Dung gate was located during the times of the first and second temples somewhere on the south side of the city, closer to the Kidron valley. The present gate, constructed by the Ottomans, is located near the southern wall, and is the main entrance to the western (wailing) wall.