Pagan Places is your online atlas for exploring the vast legacy of European pagan places.
We map all the places relating to European paganism. A lot of these places have been of great historical significance, but are all but forgotten in modern times.
Other places are living examples of how various European pagan traditions have been reinvented in contemporary times, and are actively used for worship and religious ceremonies.
Pagan Places enables you to explore all these kind of places in well-structured ways.
We are always open to work together with others to take things to the next level. So if you’re working on a project relating to paganism, don’t hesitate to reach out!
Want to become a member?
We higly encourage you to make an account right away. Share the places you love, keep track of where you’ve been, and create your wishlist of places to visit.Register now
Want to become an editor?
We are constantly looking for skilled editors that can further improve the content on Pagan Places. If you want to be part of this wonderful project, please apply right away.Apply now
Do you have other questions?
We’re glad to help you out with whatever questions you might have. Feel free to contact us via our website, or via one of our social media channels.Contact us