Every country their own wall, but the country that eats more meat per capita than any other in the world, of course, would have three walls.
Note that most of these walls are not walls at all.
So, the US has three walls. Trump’s invisible border wall, which is just a mirage. Then there is Walmart, which is so low-priced that it had to drop some of the wall market letters but is just a superstore. Then there is Wall Street, which is a street. The US is the most borderless country on earth.
Then, of course, Israel has the Wailing/Western Wall in Jerusalem. That’s not a wall either since it keeps out no one. Rather, it’s used for prayers. And boy, do we need those pleas. And some call the West Bank separation barrier a wall, although it’s 95% only a fence.
Germany, famously, had the Berlin Wall, but it turned out paper-thin because as soon as someone pushed against it, it fell.
In India, their famous wall is rather a cricketer.
England and Scotland have their 2,000-year-old walls built by the Romans, who went by the old saying: When in Briton, do as the Romans.
In the Netherlands, they call walls dykes. American kids learn how a courageous boy put his finger in “the” dyke, saving the country. It’s a story unknown to the Dutch because it never happened. The Dutch do know that English speakers also call their lesbians dykes.
And in virtual reality, we have firewalls.
China, of course, is famous for its Great Wall. It’s one of the very few real walls but, on the other hand, serves nothing. It just sits there as wallpaper.