The Hill of Crosses

Cultural analyst Jonathan Meades‘ new Magnetic North series featured this amazing memorial site in Lithuania which he described as – like the sentimentally tragic road accident flowers The Hill of Crosses has more pathos and more sadness than the stern formality of offical war memorials because they were made by the people who suffered. A graphic example of ‘them and us’.Distinctly vernacular.

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