Lithuania – Crosses

Hill of Crosses, Lithuania

In 1863, people started to bring crosses to the Hill of Crosses. The installation of crosses was forbidden for many years (e.g., during Soviet times) and even destroyed a few times. But people didn’t give up and were bringing crosses secretly at night.
These days, everyone can bring his own cross here.

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2 thoughts on “Lithuania – Crosses”

  1. I research why ppl bring crosses here.
    Nonviolent resistance in order to oppose Russia,and now It’s symbol of Peace.
    I can clear!!
    I ‘m interested in histrory of Lithuania where is soooo far from Japan.
    Thanks this blog,my dear:D

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