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Religious tourism, also commonly referred to as faith tourism, is a type of tourism, where people travel individually or in groups for pilgrimage, missionary, or leisure (fellowship) purposes.... More
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Kerala, India: They don’t call it ‘God’s Own Country’ for nothing - The Washington Post
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The state in the nation’s southwest is an oasis of both natural beauty and religious coexistence.

Posted by mrsalinger  (United Kingdom)

When Tunwase Court hosted 2000 religious tourists at New Year’s celebration
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TUNWASE Court, the country home of the founder of First City Monument Bank (FCMB) Otunba Subomi Balogun, in Ijebu Ode, Ogun State became a sort of Mec...

Posted by Antigone  (Greece)

Religious tourism is lifeline for JordanTravel & Tourism - Zawya
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Developing this travel segment will hopefully put some much-needed cash in to the country’s thinning coffers.

Posted by Antigone  (Greece)

Macedonia’s Ohrid marks Epiphany and plans to popularise religious tourism (ROUNDUP)
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Sofia. Epiphany in Macedonia is known as Vodici and is marked on January 19. On this day the priest throws a wooden cross in water (river or lake) to symbolise the baptism of Christ. Men jump into the cold water to retrieve the cross and t...

Posted by NIETZSCHE  (Germany)

Travel Biz Monitor :: Religious Tourism could strengthen Indo-Taiwan relations: Diplomat
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Amused over the presence of several significant but neglected monuments associated with Buddhism in Haryana, the Taiwanese government is eager to explore scope

Posted by NIETZSCHE  (Germany)

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Posted by KirstenPer  (Canada)

Jordan launches ‘religious tourism’ campaign | Panorama | Ammon News
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Alarabiya - Jordan has launched a campaign to attract sightseers from Muslim countries to boost the domestic tourism sector, reported al-Hayat newspap,

Posted by KirstenPer  (Canada)

Myanmar Picture -- Monastery Photo -- National Geographic Photo of the Day
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See a photo of a young monk walking across an inner courtyard in a monastery in Myanmar, from National Geographic.

Posted by dryden  (Canada)

Religious tourism for some, a lifelong home for others | Neos Kosmos
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Half the world is barred from this place. No women allowed and no exceptions. You'll see no modern cars, technology nor any modern form of industry. That is how Mount Athos has remained for thousands of years.

Posted by dryden  (Canada)

Give a boost to religious tourism in Mandya: SP - The Hindu
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‘Develop well-known religious places into tourism hubs’

Posted by dryden  (Canada)

Jews and Muslims to share al-Aqsa Mosque? - Features - Al Jazeera English
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Israel braces for reaction to proposed law that would allow Jews to pray in the grounds of Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque.

Posted by KirstenPer  (Canada)

Medina: Saudis take a bulldozer to Islam's history - Middle East - World - The Independent
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Three of the world’s oldest mosques are about to be destroyed as Saudi Arabia embarks on a multi-billion-pound expansion of Islam’s second holiest site. Work on the Masjid an-Nabawi in Medina, where the Prophet Mohamed is buried, will s...

Posted by ROBIN  (United States)

The American Muslim (TAM)
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Posted by ROBIN  (United States)

McMecca: The Strange Alliance of Clerics and Businessmen in Saudi Arabia - Zvika Krieger - The Atlantic
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Why are Wahhabi leaders allowing the destruction of historical sites in Islam's holiest city?

Posted by ROBIN  (United States)

Mecca makeover: how the hajj has become big business for Saudi Arabia | World news | The Guardian
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Country's religious tourism industry booming with new luxury hotels proving a huge draw for pilgrims

Posted by ROBIN  (United States)

Cappadocia Turkey: Underground Cities and Cave Churches | traveling epic!
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When I first learned about Cappadocia, I was up late watching a late night Sci Fi show on Ancient Alien God theory.  The spokey of underground cities where 20,000 people could live in caves.  The spoke cave cities of 13 levels deep and ho...

Posted by ROBIN  (United States)

Turkey rocks: Cappadocia's cave churches | Travel | The Guardian
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This part of Turkey may be famous for its fairytale chimney rock formations, hot-air balloon rides and cave hotels, but its historic churches are just as fascinating

Posted by ROBIN  (United States)

Virgin Mary House, Ephesus 61 Insider Tips, Photos and Reviews
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Virgin Mary House reviews and photos from real travelers and locals in Ephesus, Turkey.

Posted by ROBIN  (United States)

Visit Greece | Religion
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Apostle Paul’s footsteps, holy islands, ancient monasteries and Byzantine churches: Deep rooted, religion has left its mark on Greece’s pious soul.

Posted by ROBIN  (United States)

 
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