What is holy place?

  • (noun): A sacred place of pilgrimage.
    Synonyms: sanctum, holy

Some articles on holy place, place, holy:

Stow Longa
... Long Stow, which comes from the Old English word stōw (meaning 'holy place') and the Latin word longa or Old English lang (meaning 'long') ... Stow Longa's name may mean 'the long holy place' or 'an extended settlement which is a holy place', though this is only a rough guess ...
Venkateswara - Legend
... and kicked the Lord on His chest, the place where Mahalakshmi resides ... The king was happy to find a child even before he performed a sacrifice and carried it to his place and gave it to his Queen to tend to it ... It stands as a special place, commemorating the marriage between the two ...
Taejang Ceremony - The Geographical Features of Taejang
... luck, Korean ancestors kept Tae in a special place, and buried it in a holy place ... The place was chosen, according to Pungsujiriseol ... The best place for Tae was semisphere-formed land, which was located higher than the surroundings, but must not be linked with any high top of a mountain ...
Heavenly Sanctuary - Teaching - Summary
... sanctuary, through the ministration of the priests in the "holy place" of the tabernacle (cf ... Accordingly, Jesus ministered in the holy place of the heavenly sanctuary from his ascension until 1844 ... In 1844 he entered the most holy place, or holy of holies, to cleanse the heavenly sanctuary of its defilement ...

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