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Religious Sites in Jerusalem and Mecca Ingrid Gero
What The Temple Looked Like
The Layout of the Temple Mount
All that is left is the Western Wall
Soldiers praying at the Wall
Prayers placed in the Wall
Why the Temple Cannot be Rebuilt
The Church of the Holy Sepulchre
The Rock where Jesuss body was prepared for burial
A place for Christian pilgrimage
The Dome of the Rock
A birds-eye view inside The Dome of the Rock
The Temple Mount
An Aerial View of the Temple Mount
In Mecca- The Kabaa
The pilgrimage site of the hajj
Casting stones at the 3 Pillars at the Hajj
The Arab-Israeli Conflict An Introduction. Objectives 1. Locate important places in and around Israel/Palestine. 2. Explain how geography lies at the.
How is religion seen in the cultural landscape?
Arab-Israeli Conflict Introduction. What is the name of this holiest Christian shrine in the world? Church of the Holy Sepulchre Christians believe it.
Jerusalem is sacred for Jews because it is the city where the was built. ..... was present in the Temple in the holy of holies. The temple.
One God and the spiritual and ethical principles
Middle Eastern Culture. Church of the Holy Sepulcher Christian church in Jerusalem Christian church in Jerusalem Believed to be the site of the death.
Holy Sites in Jerusalem
Israel and Jerusalem Conflict in the Middle East.
Cultural Landmarks of the Middle East and North Africa Friday, February 28, 2014 Mr. Broughman.
Wednesday 1/28 wk 3 1. What was the disagreement between Pope Gregory VII and Emperor Henry IV? 2. Why would a person not want to be excommunicated?
Judaism, Christianity, Islam. Judaism Oldest Does not believe the Messiah has come yet Western Wall (Wailing Wall) in Jerusalem – Holiest of Jewish Sites.
In Islam, the last and greatest prophet and messenger of God.
Jerusalem The flower of cities & the land of prophets.
Jerusalem and Mecca. Prior to 1948, the country of Israel was Palestine or the Arab State. After 1948, it was known as Israel.
How is Religion seen in the Cultural Landscape?
Statues and Monuments You need to know. Dome of the Rock (Jerusalem)
Originated ~ 1500 B.C. in India (oldest religion, traced back to Indus Valley civilization) Founder – none (none known…) Holy Text – Vedas.
Welcome to the new Unit… we have much to do. L.N Cite evidence from a text to support generalizations LITERATURE KEYSTONE DO NOW Guest workers are.
BIRTHPLACE OF THREE RELIGIONS
Islamic Architecture By: Stacy & Stephen. Overview Schools Palaces Hospitals Mosque (Masjihad)- “House of God” – Four parts: 1.Mihrab- niche; marks direction.
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