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The Most Sacred Sites on the Planet

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There are some spots on the planet that have been revered since before written history. Which ones are reported as being the most powerful? This list will help you narrow it down.

Rated 5 points - posted 11 years ago by thewordwarrior in category Travel.
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Mecca Report Abuse
The Second Holiest City in Islam.
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the most holiest city in Islam
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Jerusalem Report Abuse
The center of three seperate religions, it is no wonder this is considered one of the holiest spots on the planet.
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Mt. Nebo, Jordan Report Abuse
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The Pyramids, Egypt Report Abuse
The pyramids have stood for thousands of years, a backdrop to aeons of history.
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Stonehenge, England Report Abuse
For whatever reason, this place is reported as having THE most powerful pull on the planet. No one who has visited it will disagree, ranking it as the number one site on the planet.
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Mt. Fuji Report Abuse
The Holiest of Spots in Japanese myth and legend
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Machu Picchu, Peru Report Abuse
There is no argument that this spot has one of the most powerful pulls on the planet.
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this is the worlds best feature
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Mount Olympus Report Abuse
Home of the gods - cradle of Western Civilization. Of course it's going to be held as sacred.
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Mihintale Buddha, Sri Lanka Report Abuse
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Mount Ślęża (Zobten) - Poland Report Abuse
During the Neolithic Period and at least as far back as the 7th century BC Mount Ślęża (Zob-ten) was a holy place of the heathen tribes of the Lusatian culture. It was then settled by the Celtic-Germanic Lugians. The Silingi, a subpopulation of the East Germanic tribe known as the Vandals are the earliest inhabitants of Silesia known by their name, however the greater part of them moved westwards by the 5th century A.D. and the remainder were slowly replaced in the 6th century by Slavic tribes ("people of the plain"). The Silingi were part of the Przeworsk culture. The name of the territory Silesia either derives from the Sleza River, or from Mount Ślęża. The hill itself was a religious center of the Silingi, and derives its name from them.
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Easter Island Report Abuse
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Angkor Wat Temple, Cambodia Report Abuse
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Glastonbury Tor, England Report Abuse
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Golden Temple, India Report Abuse
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Temple of Herra, Italy Report Abuse
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Men-an-tol, England Report Abuse
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Chapel of St. Michael de Aiguilhe, France Report Abuse
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Callanish Stone Circle, Scotland Report Abuse
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Pyramid of Pacal Votan, Palenque, Mexico Report Abuse
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Partheon, Greece Report Abuse
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Athens, Greece Report Abuse
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Corinth, Greece Report Abuse
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