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Why were pilgrimages so important in the Middle Ages?


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Answered 2011-09-26 19:14:39

because people thought pilgrimage was a way to say sorry to God if they have commited a sin.

And the medicines were not very developed, by going to pilgrimage, they thought they could be cureed/ healed of their illness

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