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Season 2010 Episode 0811

Elizabeth Rogers: Sacred Nature and Romantic Landscape

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Elizabeth Rogers: Sacred Nature and Romantic Landscape
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What makes space sacred? Legendary religious destinations? Natural or created beauty? Is sacred space defined by what happened there? In this lecture series, (in partnership with the World Monuments Fund), Chautauqua Institution explores the confluence of religion, architecture, history, geography, and culture.Speakers discuss the sacred spaces of the Abrahamic traditions, the communal spaces that define civilization, and the sacred in the personal that provides peace amid chaos. Through the ten lectures, audiences visit some of the most important and threatened historically sacred sites of the world.moreless
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