Celebrates More Than 35 Million Web Site Visitors With the Publication of a New Interactive eBook/iBook – Sacred Europe

Sedona, AZ (PRWEB) August 14, 2013, the most visited website of its kind in the world, with over 35 million visitors since its inception, has launched the first in its series of Sacred Earth interactive iBooks Sacred Europe by Martin Gray, the world’s the leading authority on sacred sites.

The most comprehensive book of its kind ever published, it is also the first fully interactive iBook, developed specifically for the iPad, although a non-interactive eBook version is also available for purchase at the Sacred Sites website.

Gray, who has spent 30 years visiting 140 countries photographing and writing about thousands of sacred sites, was looking to do more than just chronicle his lifes work. I wanted to provide a virtual experience while at the same time, equipping educators with more interactive and fun educational tools for the classroom, he says.

Priced to sell.

I hope my subscribers, and the over 35 million people who have visited my Sacred Sites website understand that Im not in this for the money. I merely want to make enough sales to publish Sacred Asia, Americas, Middle East and Africa. If I can do that, I will have completed what I was put on this planet to do, Gray concludes.

Sacred sites covered in Sacred Europe include:

Church of the Virgin Mary, Geghard Monastery Armenia
Etchmiadzin Cathedral Armenia
Garni Temple Armenia
Khor Virap Monastery Armenia
Mt. Ararat Armenia
Pilgrimage Church of Mariahilf, Hallstatt Austria
Medjugorje Bosnia
Rila Monastery Bulgaria
Bornholm Island Denmark
Abbey of Conques France
Basilica of Our Lady of Lourdes France
Cathedral of Notre Dame, Le Puy France
Church of Three Saints, Saintes de la Mer France
Mont-Saint-Michel France
Mt. Blanc France
Rocamadour France
Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert France
Vezelay France
Gelati Georgia
Jvari (Dzhvari) Georgia
Uplistsikhe Georgia
Externsteine Rocks Germany
Church of the Megalohari, Tinos Greece
Delphi Greece
Monasteries of Mt. Athos Greece
Monastery of Rousanou, Meteora Greece
Monastery of St. John, Patmos Greece
Mt. Olympus Greece
Parthenon, Athens Greece
Blarney Stone Ireland
Carrowkeel Ireland
Carrowmore Ireland
Holy Wells Ireland
Loughcrew Ireland
Mt. Croagh Patrick Ireland
New Grange, Knowth Dowth Ireland
Skellig Michael Ireland
The Round Towers Ireland
Franciscan Holy Places, Assisi Italy
Sanctuary of Monte Gargano Italy
Temple of Hera, Paestum Italy
The Holy House of Loreto Italy
Basilica of Our Lady of Aglona Latvia
Hill of Crosses Lithuania
Neolithic Temples Malta
Ostrog Monastery Montenegro
Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim Norway
Marian Sanctuary of Jasna Gora, Czestochowa Poland
Basilica of Our Lady of Fatima Portugal
Cathedral of St. Sophia, Novgorod Russia
Monastery of Optina Pustyn Russia
Monastery of the Transfiguration, Valaam Russia
Monastery of Trinity-St. Sergius, Sergiev Posad Russia
Black Virgin of Guadalupe Spain
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Pillar, Zaragoza Spain
Santiago de Compostela Spain
Walled City of Avila Spain
The Benedictine Einsieldeln Abbey Switzerland
Kiev Perchersk Lavra Ukraine
Pochayiv Lavra Ukraine
Svyatogorsk Monastery Ukraine
Troyitsko-Illynsky Monastery Ukraine
Avebury Stone Ring England, United Kingdom
Bath England, United Kingdom
Callanish Stone Ring Scotland, United Kingdom
Canterbury England, United Kingdom
Durham and York England, United Kingdom
Men-an-Tol Stone, Cornwall England, United Kingdom
St. Michael’s Mount, Cornwall England, United Kingdom
St. Michael’s Tower, Glastonbury England, United Kingdom
Stonehenge England, United Kingdom
Stones of Stenness Scotland, United Kingdom
The Cerne Abbas Giant England, United Kingdom

For more information on Martin Gray, please visit his biography pages.

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