Frequently asked questions
What is Pagan Places?
Pagan Places is a collaborative project to list all the places that are significant to European pagan traditions. While the age of exploration is far behind us, there is little structure when it comes to the vast legacy of European pagan traditions. With Pagan Places we try to remedy that. Pagan Places let’s you add content, and gives you the possibility to keep track of all the places you’ve been, and the places you have yet to explore.
Who can add places to Pagan Places?
Everyone with an account can add places to our platform. We rely upon your knowledge of the pagan places in your area to make this a truly great platform.
What are the requirements for adding a place?
We want to offer our userbase the best possible content, so we ask you to keep a couple of things in mind when adding places:
- Use clear language;
- Do not copy text from other websites, be original;
- Post photo’s you’ve made yourself, or photo’s that are in the public domain;
- Try to provide all the information your fellow users need to plan a trip to the place.
For more details, take a look at our submission guidelines.
I've added a place, why don't I see it on the website?
Once you have added a place our staff will review your post. Once it is approved, it will become publicly visible. Have you added a place more than a week ago, and is it still not publicly visible? Please contact us.
I have extra information about a place listed here, how do I add that information?
How do I get in touch with my fellow members?
We will be rolling out some new features in the near future that will give you insight in who your fellow members are, and how you can get in touch with them (provided they choose to share that information).
Is Pagan Places a non-profit organisation?
No. While our aims are charateristic for a non-profit organisation, we do intend to turn this into a profitable platform.