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A tourist makes a photograph of the Hill of Three Crosses in Vilnius, Lithuania. The crosses were erected on a hill in Vilnius to commemorate a group of monks from a nearby monastery who were martyred in the 14th century. This current cross was built in 1989 at the beginning of the rebirth movement, replacing one removed by the Soviets in the 1950's.
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Russ Taylor
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Vilnius, Lithuania
A tourist makes a photograph of the Hill of Three Crosses in Vilnius, Lithuania. The crosses were erected on a hill in Vilnius to commemorate a group of monks from a nearby monastery who were martyred in the 14th century. This current cross was built in 1989 at the beginning of the rebirth movement, replacing one removed by the Soviets in the 1950's.