“Earth’s Sacred Wonders ” Review by Suzanne 5/20/20
There is a lot of beautiful scenery in this documentary, and you will learn about a lot of great places in the world. You’ve no doubt seen many PBS documentaries with beautiful scenery from around the world. What makes this one different is that it’s about places that are considered sacred or spirtual.
If that kind of thing appeals to you, buy this DVD. It would make a great gift for anyone. I’m not really into sacred or spiritual things, though, so it’s not really my cup of tea. I would rather just worship mother nature and her wondrous places, and not other spiritual entities.
Earth’s Sacred Wonders
The earth’s architectural landscape, throughout history, has largely been sculpted and inspired by faith. Today, more worshippers than ever are flocking to these sacred structures and global landmarks. For some, these places are settings to quietly contemplate, but for others they are sites to find extraordinary acts of worship, dangerous challenges, and remarkable deeds of devotion, rarely seen by outsiders. Earth’s Sacred Wonders takes viewers on a journey, set against the most breathtakingly stunning backdrops this world has to offer, to discover the lengths that people will go for their faith. Filmed across 5 continents in 12 different languages, filled with compelling stories, this program showcases how some of the most profound sites of worship are places of powerful spiritual significance and human drama.
Street Date: Available now
Run Time: 165 min.
Format: DVD, Digital
Genre: Science & Nature
Proofread and Edited by Brenda