The Three Crosses is a monument in the form of three crosses located in the city of Vilnius, northeast of the Old Town of Vilnius , in Lithuania.
It was built in Kalnai Park on the “Hill of Three Crosses” in 1916, on the site where three wooden crosses stood since at least 1636.
The Three Crosses memorial in Vilnius, Lithuania, designed by the Polish-Lithuanian architect and sculptor Antoni Wiwulski in 1916. It was demolished in 1950 by order of the authorities of the Soviet Union. A new monument designed by Henrikas Sigalis was erected in its place in 1989.
The monument was depicted on a 50-lita banknote. There is a small viewing platform near it.
Access : Coordinates: 54.6867, 25.2976 / Address: Kalnų parkas, Vilnius 01100
Go next : Vilnius Old Town , one of the largest surviving medieval old towns in Northern Europe / Gediminas Tower./ Subačiaus Viewpoint.