Religious Landmarks By Clue

Name these landmarks found around the world which have religious connections.
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Last updated: March 25, 2014
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12 Century temple in Cambodia
Angkor Wat
Ring of rocks in England
Cathedral in Vatican City
St. Peter's Basilica
Black box in Mecca
2nd holiest city in Saudi Arabia
Sihk's Guru Granth Sahib is kept here.
The Golden Temple
The Wailing Wall
Western Wall
Most sacred river in India
Ganges River
Where Abraham bound Isaac
Temple Mount
Istanbul's church turned mosque turned museum
Hagia Sophia
Overlooks Rio
Christ the Redeemer
French town with healing waters
Where Jesus walked on water
Sea of Galilee
Largest Mormon Church
Salt Lake Temple
Where Abraham was buried
Cave of the Patriarchs
Site where Jesus was crucified
Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Where Buddha obtained Enlightenment
Mahabodhi Temple
Hill where David's Tomb is in Jerusalem
Mount Zion
Level 73
Oct 20, 2014
I agree. Golgotha should be an accepted alternate. Also please accept the alternate spelling Sepulcher.

The Wailing Wall is the Western Wall. Jews have always called it the Western Wall. Wailing Wall is a somewhat derogatory term, probably coined by 19th century tourists to describe the place because they saw Orthodox Jews mourning there for the destruction (some 1800 years earlier).

There's an old joke from the 1960's. An American tourist lands in Israel and wants to go straight to the Western Wall, but doesn't know what it's called in Hebrew. In exasperation, he tells the taxi driver to take him to Jerusalem to the place where everyone goes to cry. They drive up to Jerusalem and the taxi stops in front of a modern office building. The tourist says, no this isn't the place. The driver says, yes, this is where all the Jews cry - the income tax office.

Level 68
Jul 7, 2015
St Peter's Basilica is not actually a cathedral; how about "big church?"