Chewing Gum Wall (Seattle)

Probably the most unusual wall you’ll come across (not to mention the most disgusting), this wall is where you’ll find several inches thick of unwanted chewing gum of people in line for the theater. Ironically, the wall is also commonly used as a venue for wedding photographs.

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Vietnam War Memorial Wall (Washington, D.C.)

This wall pays tributes to the soldiers of the Vietnam War heroes and contains 58,526 names engraved on two long, black granite walls designed by Maya Lin. The persons listed here are those who died or went missing from the war.

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Security Wall (Israel)

A concrete sign of the ongoing hostility between the Israeli and Palestinian people, this wall was purposely built by the Israeli government to separate them from the Palestinians. The wall is currently 26 feet high.

source: israelmatzav.blogspot.com

Belfast Peace Line (Belfast)

Basically with the same intention of the Security Wall of Israel but more on the positive light, this wall was built to separate the Catholics from Protestants in order to promote “peace”. The wall was proposed to be destroyed but the residents were against the idea.

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Lennon Wall (Prague)

This wall is where you’ll find tribute to John Lennon of the Beatles. Graffiti about Lennon and lyrics of Beatles songs are common here. Today though, after several reconstructions, you’ll find youth ideals such as love and peace on the wall.

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