List of walls
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- Anastasian Wall in Turkey
- Antonine Wall in Scotland, United Kingdom - part of UNESCO site 430
- Aurelian Walls of Rome
- Walls of Ston in Croatia
- Ávila Walls, Spain - UNESCO site 348
- Barcelona Walls, Spain
- Ranikot Fort, Also called 'The Great Wall of Pakistan', second largest wall of South Asia after Kumbhalgarh fort in India
- Basel City Walls in Basel, Switzerland
- Cairo great wall, Egypt
- Cheolli Jangseong, North Korea and China
- Chester city walls in England, United Kingdom
- The Great Wall of China, China - part of UNESCO site 438, it is the world's longest wall.
- Walls of Constantinople in Turkey, including the Constantinian and Theodosian Walls
- Conwy town walls in Wales, United Kingdom
- Danevirke, Germany
- Derry city walls, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
- Diyarbakır city walls, Turkey.
- Walls of Dubrovnik in Croatia - part of UNESCO site 95
- Erdene Zuu monastery wall in Mongolia - part of UNESCO site 1081
- King's Wall and Flodden Wall, in Edinburgh, Scotland (built c.1425–1560), part of UNESCO site 728 
- Fossatum Africae
- Roman limes in Upper Germania, Lower Germania and Rhaetia, Germany - part of UNESCO site 430
- Great Wall of Gorgan in Iran, (World's second longest wall)
- Hadrian's Wall in England - part of UNESCO site 430
- Intramuros Walls, Manila, Philippines
- Walls of Jericho
- Jerusalem's Old City walls - part of UNESCO site 148
- Walls of Kumbhalgarh in Rajasthan, India
- Kremlin Wall in Moscow, Russia
- London Wall in England, United Kingdom
- Roman Walls of Lugo, Spain - part of UNESCO site 987
- Arabic Walls of Niebla, Spain
- Long Walls linking the port of Piraeus to Athens, Greece
- Long Wall (Thracian Chersonese)
- Offa's Dyke between Mercia (England) and Powys (Wales)
- Paczków defensive wall, Poland
- Sacsayhuamán, a fortress above Cuzco, Peru
- Serpent's Wall, the ancient walls in Ukraine
- Servian Wall, in Rome
- Wall of Severus, between Roman Britain and [not recorded]
- Silesia Walls, Poland
- Sungbo's Eredo, built during 800–1000 AD in Ijebu Ode in Ogun State, southwest Nigeria
- Great Wall of Tlaxcala, mentioned in the history of Bernal Díaz del Castillo
- Trajan's Wall, in Dobruja, Romania
- Visby Ringwall, Gotland, Sweden - part of UNESCO site 731 
- Wat's Dyke parallel, for part of the distance, to Offa's Dyke, England:Wales.
- Western Wall in Jerusalem (also called the Wailing Wall, Kotel HaMa'aravi, and Al-Buraq Wall)
- City Wall of Xi'an in Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, China
- York city walls in England, United Kingdom
- Walls of Ston in Ston, Croatia
- Long Wall of Quảng Ngãi in Quảng Ngãi, Vietnam.
- Ancient Kano City Walls, built around 1095 AD–1134 AD
- Kelasuri Wall in Abkhazia
- Atlantic Wall in France
- Berlin Wall in Germany 1961–1989 (in concrete: 1975–1989)
- Communards' Wall in the Père Lachaise Cemetery, in Paris, France
- Democracy Wall, in Beijing (1978–1979)
- Inland Customs Line 2,500 miles (4,000 km) built 1843 onward in British India
- Lima City Walls in Lima, Peru
- Lennon Wall in Prague
- The Seawall in Portland, Oregon
- Vietnam Veterans Memorial, often called the Wall
- Via Anelli Wall in Padua, Italy
Walls in use todayEdit
- Indian Line of Control fencing with Pakistan-occupied Kashmir
- Bangladesh–India border
- Sections of the Israeli West Bank barrier, West Bank
- Belfast Peace Lines in Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK
- Korean Wall (alleged by DPRK), Korean Demilitarized Zone
- Ceuta border fence, in Ceuta, Autonomous city of Spain
- Melilla border fence in Melilla, Autonomous city of Spain
- US-Mexico Border
- Frontier Closed Area along Hong Kong-China border
- Hungary-Serbia barrier
- Turkey-Syria barrier
Walls in contemporary music, art, and sportsEdit
- Green Monster, Fenway Park, Boston
- Tsoi Wall in Arbat Street, Moscow
- The Wall in SoHo, New York City
- The Wall In Concert (theatrical) - While based on a figment of a main character's imagination, the concerts in the tour for the Pink Floyd album The Wall featured a real wall of giant cardboard bricks between the band and the audience which was constructed, completed, spoliated and finally destroyed during the course of each show.
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- UNESCO World Heritage Centre. "Old Town of Ávila with its Extra-Muros Churches". Retrieved 6 December 2014.
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- UNESCO World Heritage Centre. "Old and New Towns of Edinburgh". Retrieved 6 December 2014.
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- UNESCO World Heritage Centre. "Hanseatic Town of Visby". Retrieved 6 December 2014.
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