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www.spiritualtravels.info/articles-2/christian-pilgrimage-sites-around-the-world

The ancient practice of pilgrimage—a journey taken for spiritual enrichment—is being rediscovered by Christians around the world. In the past, such trips often took many months and entailed great physical risk.

www.readersdigest.ca/travel/world/10-incredible-pilgrimages-around-world

In the remote Himalayan mountain ranges of Tibet, pilgrims from four different religions flock to the holy Mount Kailash to perform one of the shortest but most difficult pilgrimages in the world. A 52-kilometre walk around the base of the mountain is said to bring good luck to Hindus, Buddhists, Jains and Bonpos if completed in a single day.

www.worldtravelguide.net/.../feature/the-10-best-pilgrimages-for-modern-travellers

Searching for spirituality or moral sanctuary? We unearth 10 of the best pilgrimages to cleanse the modern soul. In a world of gadgets and instant gratification, a pilgrimage seems like an archaic concept. Something lifted from the pages of a medieval text, perhaps. But, as increasing numbers of us ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Christian_pilgrimage_sites

This is a list of sites notable as destinations of Christian pilgrimage, sorted by region and by (modern) country.. This page has a wider view of the topic, while the "pilgrimage church" page offers, Catholic sites.

weather.com/travel/travel-pro/news/life-changing-pilgrimages-and-walks-20140523

Long treks to the Holy Land may once have been an important religious rite, but these days you don't have to be seeking spiritual enlightenment to enjoy a head-clearing journey on one of the world ...

www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/top-10/pilgrimages-sacred-journeys

The world's top destinations for spiritual and physical transformation on sacred journeys. ... A pilgrimage to Canterbury pays homage to a beloved saint, a glorious cathedral, a giant work of ...

religioustravelplanningguide.com/20-top-pilgrimage-sites-in-europe

This 44-mile pilgrimage to one of the most highly recognized UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world takes religious group travelers through the countryside of Southwest England’s Somerset County, to the famous Stonehenge, a site of ceremonies for Neo-Pagans and druids since its construction dated as far back as 2,600 B.C.

www.oyster.com/articles/53436-5-epic-pilgrimage-walks-around-the-world

While tourism as we know it today is a relatively new concept, travelers around the world have been undertaking walking pilgrimages for millennia. In fact, going on pilgrimage was the often the only opportunity people ever had to leave their native villages. Though pilgrimage walks have traditionally had religious or spiritual associations, the modern pilgrim need not adhere to any faith to ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_religious_sites

The temple is visited by about 50,000 to 100,000 pilgrims daily (30 to 40 million people annually on average), while on special occasions and festivals, like the annual Brahmotsavam, the number of pilgrims shoots up to 500,000, making it the most-visited holy place in the world. There are yearly pilgrimage gatherings such as Kumbh Mela ...

www.spiritualtravels.info/articles-2/christian-pilgrimage-sites-around-the...

The steps of the Via Dolorosa are the oldest Christian pilgrimage path in the world, a route taken by countless pilgrims through the centuries as they relive the last hours of Jesus’ life. Sacred sites honored by both Christians and Jews include the Western Wall, the only remnant of the Second Temple, and Mount Zion, where King David’s tomb ...