Holy Cities of Hinduism, Islam, Judaism. Paige N. Strong, Kelsey L. Martinez and Dustin Benson AP World Mrs. Ruthford. Holiest City of Hinduism. The holiest city of Hinduism is Varanasi or Kasi. It is located in India and has a population of 1,211,749. Varanasi. The River of Ganga.
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Holy Cities of Hinduism, Islam, Judaism
Paige N. Strong, Kelsey L. Martinez and Dustin Benson
Varanasi is a city of many small little temples on almost every street corner that are used for prayers and rituals throughout the day.
Jerusalem Old City from Mount of Olives.
Oldest Printed Vision
Construction of the First Temple
The oldest printed vision of Jerusalem (Hartmann Schedel, Nürnberg 1493)
Though it is not required like in Islam, Hindu people that have enough money and are able to travel a pilgrimage to Varanasi for their religion.
Islam and Judaism and easily be compared because they both such Jerusalem as a city.
All three of the Religions holy cites have a major holy temple that has some kind of significant to it even if it just helps to signify their religion and beliefs.
There are definite similarities between the holy cities of these religions they are also very different and in many senses hard to compare.