What belongs in this article?
With the article's title, I wonder what belongs here. Is it only places that are referred to as "Holy Lands" or is there a place here for the most spiritual places of religions that do not refer to their most holy cities/places as "Holy Lands"?
- I'm inclined to say there's only one. That is, there is the Holy Land, whereas Llasa is arguably a holy land. If anything, I'd like to see the article be a bit more restrictive, along the lines of wikipedia:Holy Land --(WT-en) Peter Talk 01:16, 2 December 2009 (EST)
- Okay, that's what I was thinking, but the Bahá'í Holy Land kind of made me wonder what the goal of this article really was. Should we just delete the Baha'i cities? Is there an article (or do we even want an article) where holy places like Lhasa or Varanasi belong? (WT-en) ChubbyWimbus 01:32, 2 December 2009 (EST)
- The Bahá'í sites are a bit trickier, since they are on the same land, and because I don't know the first thing about Bahá'í religious history ;) I'm inclined to take them out to simplify this. Same goes for Mecca–Medina, since those sites are not in the traditional land of wikipedia:Canaan (and they're anyway already covered by the appropriate travel topic, Hajj).
Travel topic Easter in Jerusalem / Christmas in the Holy Land or something of the sorts
- Swept in from the pub
I think the existing Christmas and New Year Travel and Easter travel articles can't go into too much detail about those places and likewise the Jerusalem or Bethlehem or Holy Land guides shouldn't be cluttered with too much information for just a few days out of the year which only interests a rather slim minority of travelers at that, but going to one of those places for the high holidays of Christianity is pretty common (judging by the crowds they show on the news) and doesn't seem to be super-easy and super-straightforward and given that there is a high potential for stress, panic, Jerusalem syndrome and whatnot, should we have travel topic on that? Hobbitschuster (talk) 19:23, 30 March 2018 (UTC)