The Hill of Crosses is a Christian shrine located near Siauliai in northern Lithuania.
Called Kryziu Kalnas in local, Lithuanian language, the Hill of Crosses is said to be having more than 10,000 crosses of different sizes over it.
Crosses are left by pilgrims who visit the hill, a practice that dates back to the mid-1800s, Reuters reported.
Thousands of crosses were erected by Lithuanians in defiance of the communist Soviet regime during Soviet times. The sacred site was demolished several times and came to signify persistence to the regime.