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The Temple of Amonak was a sacred site on the planet Vulcan.

In 2280, Tuvok succumbed to a moment of weakness after meeting a Terellian girl named Jara where he considered abandoning logic as well as reason in favor of an emotional attachment with her. After confessing this act with his father, Tuvok was taken to the Temple of Amonak where he met with a Vulcan master in order to purge him of these emotions. During that time, he spent years in rigorous training in order to learn the disciplines needed to master the control of emotions. (VOY episode: "Gravity", VOY novel: Fusion)

In 2374, Starfleet learned that the crew of the USS Voyager were still alive in the Delta Quadrant when they communicated through a relay network operated by the Hirogen. This brief contact allowed their families in the United Federation of Planets to write letters to the crew. One of the transmitted messages was from Lieutenant Tuvok's wife T'Pel, who wrote of the family's journey to the Temple of Amonak in order to ask the priests to say prayers for Tuvok's safe return. (VOY episode: "Hunters")

the planet Vulcan
cities and settlements AraKahrChi-reeDa'kum'UlchaDa-lebIn-YarIshayaIsk'KahrJaleyiJalsyiJia'anKahrKeldeenK'Lan-neKhir AhlKirKren'thanKwil'inorLe'TenyaNaweeth CityNekhieRemsusalaRh'IahrSanaiKahrShanaiKahrShariKahrShiGralShiKahrSriKahrSuraKahrT'lingSharT'PaalTa'VistarVulcana RegarVulcinisXen'talZayus UFP emblem image. Vulcan IDIC emblem image.
landmarks and institutions Ancients of DaysDiplomatic InstituteFal-lan-tralFort Aba'kurHall of Ancient ThoughtHall of DebatesHall of VoicesKolinahru MonasteryKul'Cha'VirKu'Vel'DiKurat Temple ComplexM'dai sensor dishMonastery of UlannThe OasisRaal Provincial HospitalSarek School of Diplomacy and Ambassadorial StudiesSerenity SquareShiKahr AcademyShrine of S'vecShrine of T'VetSurak MemorialT'ralor PreserveT'Karath SanctuaryT'sar MuseumTav'Sal'NavaTinsha MonasteryTe'RikhTemple of LogicTemple of T'PanitTemple of AmonakT'Klass's PillarV'Shull InstituteVa'ne'meLakhtVulcan Academy of ArchivesVulcan ArchivesVulcan Institute of Defensive ArtsVulcan Science Academy
nations and provinces Enclave of the Faceless OnesGolKhomiKel ProvinceKir ProvinceLyr T'ayaRaalShi'alTat'SahrXentalXial
geography Al-Stakna MountainsCaves of KolinarCaves of KulvirCheleb-khor DesertGo'an DesertFire PlainsKendha-YaKurat Mountain RangeLlangon MountainsMount KolinahrMount P-TaMount TarhanaMountains of Gol (Mount SeleyaSurak's Peak) • Nal'shin ValleyNa'ReePelashtPlains of GolPlateau of Tai-laShival FlatsTa'ValshTe-Vikram cavesT'Kallaron cavesT'raanT'regarT'riallT'ralor PreserveValley of EverlastingVilton FlatsVulcan's Forge (GatewayPlain of BloodWomb of Fire) • Vuldi Gorge
continents and landmasses Han-shirNa'namXir'tan
bodies of water Great T'Kala SeaLake YuronStraits of Ha'zenThanor SeaVoroth Sea

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