Architektura sakralna bahá'ítów, najmłodszej religii świata celem turystyki kulturowej
THE SACRED ARCHITECTURE OF BAHA’I, THE YOUNGEST RELIGION IN THE WORLD, AS A DESTINATION FOR CULTURAL TOURISM
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The central point of the following study is the issue of cultural-religious tourism. With cultural and religious diversity of India in the background, the author describes the idea of Baha’i religion in the perspective of the architectural assumptions of its temples, so called Houses of Worship. The author briefly describes the history and main assumptions of the youngest monotheist religion, and he also presents the relation between the fundamental assumptions of the faith and its sacred places. The study closes with a trial analysis of the potential influence of the Houses of Worship on cultural tourism development.
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