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Listen to the ‘Dum Pater Familias,’ a hymn from a 12th-century pilgrim guide

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This underground church in the Australian Outback was built as an escape from the heat

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This ancient pilgrimage road crosses Europe from north to south

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This ancient Judaean fortress became a Byzantine monastery… but only for a while.

High atop a cliff in the Judaean Desert, the ancient fortress was built by Alexander Jannaeus, and transformed into a monastery centuries later by Saint Euthymius

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