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Kinds of tourism

Kinds of tourism
 Introduction
 The evolution of tourism. Classification of tourism
 Literature
Religious tourism
 Definition and form of religious tourism
 Pilgrimage tourism
 Types and characteristics of pilgrimage
 Religious tourism excursion-cognitive orientation
 Industry of religious tourism
 Structure of religion
 Typology of modern religions
Religious tourism in Christianity
 Introduction
 Fundamentals of the doctrine of Christianity
 Orthodox Church
 Orthodox pilgrimage
 The most famous monasteries of the Russian Orthodox Church in Russia and in the Ukraine
 Foreign Orthodox centres, the monasteries and churches of the Russian Orthodox Church
 Christian Shrine and the Holy land
 The program of the pilgrimage tour in Israel, 8 days/7 nights
Religious tourism in Islam
 History and the basis of religious doctrine of Islam
 The tenets of Islam
 The territory of the spread of Islam
Excursion (author BV Emelyanov)

introduction

1. Fundamentals Excursion

2. guided technique

3. Professional skills guide

Tunisia (author Danielle shetar Friedrich chum)

In the Sikhote-Alin (author VK Arseniev)

Michail bulgakov. the heart of a dog

Mikhail bulgakov. the master and margarita

Charlotte bronte. jane eyre

F. scott fitzgerald / the great gatsby

Jerome klapka jerome / three men in a boat


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The most famous monasteries of the Russian Orthodox Church in Russia and Ukraine

1. Holy Trinity Sergius Lavra, stavropighial monastery. Founded by Sergius of Radonezh in 1337 g. (Moscow region).

2. Svyato-Troitsky Serafimo-Diveevsky female monastery in Diveevo (Nizhny Novgorod region), founded in the XVIII century. In the monastery relics of Seraphim of Sarov, who served in it.

3. Spaso-Preobrazhensky the Solovetsky Stavropegial monastery, founded in the XV century. (The Solovetsky Islands).

4. Holy Bogolyubsky monastery, founded in 1155 by Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky (Vladimir region). One of the oldest monasteries in Russia.

5. Spaso-Preobrazhenskiy Valaam stavropighial monastery (Karelia). After its rebirth in 1989, the monastery lived on Valaam Charter.

6. Svyato-Vvedenskaya Optina Pustyn, stavropighial monastery, where rest the Holy relics of Optina elders (d. Kozelsk, Kaluga region).

7. The Kirillo-Belozersky monastery (Vologda region).

8. The Holy Dormition Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra, stavropighial monastery (Ukraine, Kiev).


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