It's so bizarre that the Hill of Crosses has a firm spot on the list of the ten creepiest places in the world. See the site that keeps on thriving, no matter how many times the government try to level it. The first mention of these crosses was in , but some people think they appeared earlier to mark a place of pilgrimage for the religious. More were possibly put here as a memorial to lives lost in the Russian regime in , and later in See crucifixes swaying in the breeze, get up close to photos of highly regarded patriots, and learn about the Lithuanian craft of cross-making, as well as local culture and history, from your audio guide.
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Skip to main content. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Superb location! You are just steps away from main attraction points, supermarket, cafes and restaurants. There is free parking lot in the yard and public bus stop is just a minute away.