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  • Rites of Passage

    by Ellenboughn | 1st of May, 2008

    Life is a series of events that mark our passage through time. Some events are as unremarkable as a Grandfather teaching his grandson how to swim or parents looking on as their child takes its first step. Other occasions such as traditional religious events or advancement... More
  • Religious Freedom

    by Ellenboughn | 27th of September, 2007

    Religion has been much in the news over the last couple of weeks. Some of the flurry surrounds Christopher Hitchen’s best seller: God is Not Great and the tenth anniversary of the death of Mother Theresa. Organized religions down to the local level publish in print and/... More
  • Changed my collection from „Churches...“ to „Sacred Buildings....

    by Hel080808 | 15th of June, 2017

    Since 2014 I had a collection of "Churches around the world" from big Cathedrals which are landmarks to small churches like the one in the desert of Namibia. Ancient and young, well known and unfamous, romanic, gothic, baroque or modern, Catholic, Orthodox, Baptistan... More
  • Al-Aqsa mosque

    by Fatema7864 | 18th of February, 2017

    Few clicks of Al-Aqsa mosque situated in old city of Jerusalem. In light of the dual claims of both Judaism and Islam, it is one of the most contested religious sites in the world.            More
  • Flower of Life

    by Moravaldes | 24th of April, 2016

    From pieces of Phoenician art dating from the seventh century BC found in Cyprus and passing the Forbidden City in China, to the temple of Abydos in Egypt we can find the same and mysterious design of the famous "flower of life". certainly there is no knowledge of who was... More
  • Living heritage of India: Rathyatra

    by Parthbhatt | 10th of December, 2015

    India is country of festivals. Almost all months of the year has unique festival. The State of Gujarat in India celebrates the journey of Lord Jagannath in the city of old Ahmedabad from last 130 years. Its the most popular tourist attraction around the world. Three small... More
  • Spiritual hub

    by Photashoot | 18th of November, 2015

    A beauty that had people crying inside, as they made their pilgrimage to the church described as holiest of Catholic shrines.   Built from 1506 to 1626, with no cranes! It still dominates the skyline of Rome, as part of the Vatican City sovereign jurisdiction. Amazing... More
  • Hanging church in old Cairo - Sacred Destination

    by Guernica | 24th of October, 2015

    St. George's Church (Mar gergis church old Coptic Cairo ) or Hanging church in old Cairo. According to Wikipedia: Saint Virgin Mary's Coptic Orthodox Church also known as the Hanging Church (El Muallaqa) is one of the oldest churches in Egypt and the history of a church... More
  • The Pope in Washington DC

    by Shootalot | 24th of September, 2015

    No doubt Pope Francis is the center of attention right now. I was fortunate enough to see the pope in Washington DC on 9/23/15 at D Street as well as Constitution Avenue as he made his way around the Ellipse. This is probably the biggest event to happen in Washington DC... More
  • Historic landmark in the foothills of Himalaya- Ancient Temple

    by Singhlens | 30th of April, 2015

    Historic landmark in the foothills of Himalaya- Ancient Temple at Baijnath, Himachal, India. This temple is a very famous temple and lot of people come here from distant places to worship Hindu God Shiva. The temple is a very old one, it was created on 1204 A.D. by two... More
  • Happy Easter!

    by Bennymarty | 1st of April, 2015

    I want to wish you all a very happy Easter and I wish it was a peaceful time for all of you! Below I have set some just uploaded pictures about this religious theme that are on sale for the Easter holidays: Jesus and crosses:   Redemption:   Jesus Christ... More
  • Ancient buildings of christian worship in Europe

    by Gherzak | 22nd of January, 2015

    The details and the perspectives are enhanced in the sculptures, in the reliefs and in the architectures of the many churches in Europe. The photos relate to the monastery complex, a UNESCO heritage site, known as Certosa di Pavia, near Milan, Italy.       ... More
  • Baha'i

    by Yorgy67 | 13th of November, 2014

    I am sure, that many of you have heard about Baha'i Faith. With the dry informative language it's the youngest independent world's religion, which was founded in Persia by Bahá'u'lláh in 19th century. Its name is derived from the Arabic Bahá' , meaning "glory" or "splendor.... More
  • Catholic church

    by Bunavit | 4th of November, 2014

    This is catholic church at chanthaburi province in thailand and that day I'm good luck because The sky has little cloud    See Article
  • Samantabhadra Budda on Emei mountain

    by Kuhlw | 16th of December, 2013

    My wife and I visited Emei mountain in Sichuan province (south west of China) 2 years ago. Emei mountain is Samantabhadra Budda's dojo. It's 3077 meter height. It took us about 3-4 hours by schuttle bus, ropeway and on foot. Finally, we climb on the top of the mountain and... More
  • At the end of month will Easter

    by Angelaravaioli | 8th of March, 2013

  • 850 years old

    by Juliusc | 15th of December, 2012

    It has been 850 years since Notre-Dame de Paris crosses the centuries and the history of France. This cathedral was born in 1163 while the bishop of Paris, Maurice de Sully, decided his construction. During year 2013, Festivities, animations and cultural meetings will be... More
  • Religion or spiritualism?

    by Sasanka7 | 22nd of February, 2012

    You born, you will be christen. Your freedom is lost at the moment. Parents give warranty to church - it is not important which - they lead you to animosity to another... WHY? I ask, why? Faith must be free. It does not existing otherwise. Faith must be Love. It comes from... More
  • Collection - religious activities

    by Ewamewa2 | 26th of October, 2011

    I invite you to the next collection of mine - Religious activities (regardless the faith) here is the link:https://www.dreamstime.com/religious-activities-colldet16960 See Article
  • My travel diary: Golgotha, Jerusalem

    by Sarkao | 17th of March, 2011

    I am not religious, but I fell in love with this place. You can see many different type of Christian churches, architecture styles and meet pilgrims from all world in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre (Golgotha). This church is situated in the Jerusalem Old City. The... More

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