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Siauliai Hill of Crosses

Jurgaiciu k., Meskuiciu sen., Siauliu r. | Siauliai, Siauliai 81439, Lithuania
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Jurgaiciu k., Meskuiciu sen., Siauliu r. | Siauliai, Siauliai 81439, Lithuania
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Reviewed yesterday

Overhyped, not a hill but two mounds inundated with crucifixes, the majority "planted" in recent years with cheap wooden purchases from the stalls at the entrance. Very disappointed. Only interest for myself were the older "crosses" from a time when this place was pre-commercialsed... handcrafted...More

Thank Martin L S
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Whether you're into art, religion, history or just strange quirks - this is the place for you. Easily accessible from Vilnius by train to Siauliai and then bus to the site, it's a wonderful day out. The place has an interesting history and the tradition...More

Thank Jessisaw
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Kind of folk art combined to religion.This place keeps you silent. You can almost here millions of prayers behind those crosses. And once again, visit early in the morning or very late if You want get good photos without "extra" persons.

Thank Jouni19
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had a Lithuanian friend with us who told us about this sight/site, which is interesting in the manner of curiosities. She said this was started in 19th C, and after WWI a lot of people brought crosses. Rural Lithuanian people had a tradition of...More

Thank CarolinaBecky
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Unique and interesting place, interesting also for not so religious people. It's outdoor, so dress appropriate to weather conditions.

Thank mee_9
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The Pope has been there... that says it all. First place to go to visit when you're arround Siauliai. A little advise. You don't have to religious but it's a nice custom, it makes you feel better and you earn karma points - buy at...More

Thank songoks
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

"The hill of crosses" really consists of two hills covered with crosses of all sorts and sizes and a lot of them are already located all around the two hills, because there just wasn't enough room for all the crosses. This is a special place...More

Thank Mira V
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Well, what can one say about this place? If you are religious it's a place of pilgrimage, if you are not it's a place of excess. Take your pick as you will dammed if you like it and dammed if you don't. Personally I found...More

Thank UKDiego
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very easily accessible with car, good parking options. Close to main road. Unique and surreal place to visit. Definitely worth seeing, even if not religious.

Thank CyberSurrealist
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Worth to visit! This unique place gives you some really strange feelings like you are trying to even breath silently to dont disturb any one. Its sacred in its own way, but you dont have to religious

Thank Antanas V
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Natsumi K
19 August 2017|
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Response from klaudija g | Reviewed this property |
Hi, i have no idea about timetables or the exact fees for transportation, but in Lithuania you can get coaches or trains from one city to another. The prices are not that expensive from what i can remember. There is no way... More
Andreas H
3 January 2017|
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Response from DeanMurphy2020 | Reviewed this property |
Andreas: There's no direct lighting, only tower lamps at the visitor center. There is, however, a paved/wooden path through the middle, but no handrails. Be careful even in the day. Someone bumped against me and neuropathy... More
11 August 2016|
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Response from Michael S | Reviewed this property |
I did travel from Riga and the information center put me in touch with a tour company that would do a tour from Riga to Hill of Crosses to Vilnius. I am sorry I do not remember their name as their tour did not work on the... More