Why Were Pilgrimages Important in the Middle Ages?

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Pilgrimage has a lot to do with faith. In the middle ages, People believed that if they visited the holy shrine of a saint or someone like that, they will be absolved of their sins. People also believed pilgrimages could help sick relatives or friends. The crusades, a form of pilgrimage, caused an awareness of eastern culture.
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