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  • A walking pilgrimage across Spain to Santiago de Compostela
  • Cultural landscape ; Cultural studies ; Galicia ; Pilgrimage ; Religion ; Spain ; Tourism ; Town
  • The Hindu pilgrimage to Muktinath, Nepal. Part 2. Vaishnava devotees and status reaffirmation
  • Focus is on the sociological dimensions of the pilgrimage to the high Himalayan shrine dedicated to Vishnu. - (DWG)
  • Sri Prada : sacred pilgrimage mountain of Sri Lanka
  • Cultural landscape ; Mountain ; Pilgrimage ; Religion ; Sri Lanka ; Tourism ; Traveller's tale
  • Pilgrimage holy sites : a classification of Jewish holy sites in Israel
  • Cultural studies ; Israel ; Judaism ; Pilgrimage ; Religious practice ; Tourism
  • of the pilgrimage site as a peripheral center out there. A. contends that the Turners' concept was culture-bound, tied to the Christian experience. In Judaism, the main pilgrimage site, the Western Wall, is the center of the world because religious and political
  • In Japan there are many Utsuchi reijô (initiative pilgrimage courses) patterned after Shikoku-hachijû-hakkasho-reijô (Shikoku's 88 pilgrimage sites), and they are called Shin-Shikoku (new Shikoku) pilgrimage courses. The Honshikoku (Shikoku
  • pilgrimage course) model spreads to various parts of the country and was transformed under local conditions. Shôdoshima's 88 pilgrimages sites ou Shôdoshima Island in Kagawa Prefecture is compared with Honshikoku. (SGA).
  • Pilgrimage in World religions. Presented to Prof. Dr. Angelika Sievers on the occasion of her 75th birthday.
  • Different authors from the United States, Canada and the Federal Rep. of Germany examine the geography of pilgrim systems in different cultural regions of the world. They study several new dimensions of the pilgrimage place and process, and reveal
  • Non-hajj pilgrimage in Islam : a neglected dimension of religious circulation
  • Asia ; Attendance ; Cultural studies ; Islam ; Pilgrimage ; Religion ; Religious practice
  • Paper is a study of the ziarat, or non-hajj pilgrimages to Islamic holy places other than Mecca. The ziarat is part of the dynamic religious circulation in Islam in North Africa, Shia areas of Southwest Asia, Central Asia, and South Asia. Although
  • The Hindu pilgrimage to Muktinath, Nepal. Part 1. Natural and supernatural attributes of the sacred field
  • Pilgrimage traditions and the nature mystique in Western European culture
  • The pilgrimage town of Lourdes
  • Irish pilgrimage: the different tradition
  • Geographers and pilgrimages : changing concepts in pilgrimage tourism research
  • Espace vécu ; Journey ; Leisure ; Pilgrimage ; Religion ; Social geography ; Social order ; Tourism ; Tourist site ; Tradition
  • Pilgrimage in the United States
  • Cultural geography ; Environment ; Pilgrimage ; Religion ; Society ; United States
  • Transplanting pilgrimage traditions in the Americas
  • America ; Catholicism ; Cultural studies ; Hinduism ; Immigration ; Pilgrimage ; Religion ; Tradition ; Trinidad and Tobago
  • Comparative study ; Pilgrimage ; Religion ; Society ; Tourism
  • Religious tourism is a form of mobility that is strongly motivated for spiritual reasons, but also to know the culture of a population. Pilgrimage is one of the oldest and most basic forms of population mobility known to human society. Political
  • , social, cultural and economic implications of this types of tourism have always been, and continue to be, substantial. The purpose of this paper is to examine the traditional conception of religious tourism and pilgrimage and their evolution in time
  • . Moreover, this article establishes a comparison between the pilgrimage, religious and cultural tourism and highlights the important function the religious tourism has in the modern societies. - (NF)
  • Catholicism ; Colombia ; Cultural studies ; Guatemala ; Latin America ; Pilgrimage ; Religion
  • Two pilgrimage sites, the Lord of Miracles in Buga, Colombia and the Black Lord of Esquipulas in Guatemala feature Caucasian yet dark-skinned crucified images of Christ. By comparing the narratives and iconography of these two sites, the A. makes
  • Overland pilgrimage from West Africa to Mecca: anachronism or fashion?
  • Feminism ; New York State ; Pilgrimage ; Social geography ; Tourism ; United States ; Village
  • This village of 7 200 inhabitants in central New York State is rapidly becoming a feminist pilgrimage center. A convention in 1848 organized by Elizabeth Cady Stanton issued the earliest manifesto of women's rights in the USA.―(DWG)
  • Catholicism ; Cultural tourism ; Hungary ; Pilgrimage ; Religion ; Tourism
  • pilgrimage route (especially at its most important station, Mátraverebély-Szentkút), the first established within the Central and Southeastern European area, and the primary results of AA. field research are presented. - (AM)
  • Sacred Landscapes: Albany and Anzac Pilgrimage
  • Anzac ; Australia ; Commemorative landscapes ; Cultural landscape ; Pilgrimage ; Sacred place ; Western Australia ; landscape sacralisation ; pilgrimage ; war memorials
  • credibility by the National Commission on the Commemoration of the Anzac Centenary in Australia, a federal body set up to guide the Anzac centenary celebrations beginning in 2014. Albany’s aim is to mark out spaces of pilgrimage and ritual and to place itself