Cross from Germany on Hill of Crosses
Catholics consider the cross a mysterious basis of their faith. After all, Jesus redeemed humanity when he died on the cross. But even non-Catholics understand this fascination for the chrystian cross. Just check out this wooden cross, left by a Pilgrim from Germany, on the Hill of crosses in Lithuania.
This cross is proof of the spreading influence of the catholic cross all over the world. Some people even travel on a pilgrimage believing that the cross can make miracles happen. This pilgrim must have travelled to Lithuania and left the cross here, hoping that he too will have his own miracle
See more crosses:Cross from Austria, Pilgrims from Austria.