Pilgrimage exists within various religions all over the world. With a short introduction to Jewish pilgrimage, I will start the “Roots” section of my blog. Why Judaism first? Just because I study it these days at the university and recently had to make a short presentation in one of my classes. Roots of Jewish Pilgrimage […]
Washington D.C. is a hotspot for politics. But did you know that it has not only the White House but also some interesting sites for pilgrimage?
Jordan being an Islamic country has some non-religious sites worth making a pilgrimage to.
Greece is not only the cradle of democracy but also the land of first pilgrimages.
Argentina’s most popular pilgrimages: Camino de Salta, Nuestra Señora de Luján, and the Gauchito Gil.
The Dreaming trails in Australia are an important part of indigenous people culture and beliefs.
Baha’i pilgrimage sites in Israel.
Mexico has a variety of pilgrimage routes and sites to choose from: catholic, shamanic, or even death.
Even though Croatia’s long distance camino is being created right now, there are plenty of sacred places to visit as a pilgrimage sites. I present the most famous five.
Walking a long distance pilgrimage is a challenge not only for pilgrim’s body but also mind. Singing or chanting gives a walking rhythm – your body and mind is in sync.