|Eery: The Hill Of Crosses in northern Lithuania has been a site of pilgrimage for hundreds of years|
08:41 EST, 3 June 2013
The Hill Of Crosses in northern Lithuania has been a site of pilgrimage for hundreds of years.
Consisting of a hill bristling with hundreds of thousands of crosses of every size and design, it is a powerful testament to religious devotion - where pilgrims descend to plead with Jesus for miracles.
The tradition of leaving crosses began after an uprising against the Russian tsar was put down in 1831.
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