Western Wall camera
There are several operators of Western Wall cameras. Some of the operators also provide a service of allowing people to remotely place notes in the wall by entering their prayers on a site, which are then printed and placed in the wall by a volunteer in Jerusalem.
Virtual Jerusalem began providing the service December 5, 1996 (the first night of Hanukkah) by installing a camera on a yeshiva opposite the Kotel Plaza. The camera started filming all action live except on Shabbat and Jewish festivals.
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