Artists from around the world are using the West Bank wall to create some of the great political graffiti.
While some nations did tear down their walls by the end of the last century, some countries remain in medieval spirit. Building walls to protect the homeland is not only famous in North Korea and Hungary. The state of Israel also has erected a big concrete structure that just sits there waiting for graffiti artists from around the world. Several areas of their 8m (26ft.) high wall have already become famous among tourists. A good spot doable during a day trip is the section of the wall in Bethlehem. Make sure to visit the Bansky shop in Bethlehem to support local artists.
The following is a small selection of the artwork found in Bethlehem