December 14, 2015

Golden Temple, India

Photograph by Christopher Pillitz, Getty Images

Harmandir Sahib—commonly referred to as the Golden Temple—in Amritsar, India, is the holiest site in Sikhism. Completed in the early 1600s, the temple's four doors symbolize that people of all religions are welcome to come in to pray or meditate.

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