Category:Three Crosses monument, Vilnius

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English: Three Crosses (Lithuanian: Trys kryžiai) is a monument in Vilnius, Lithuania, designed by Polish-Lithuanian architect and sculptor Antoni Wiwulski in 1916. It was torn down in 1950 by order of the Soviet authorities. A new monument designed by Henrikas Šilgalis was erected in its place in 1989.
Tre Croci; Trois Croix; Тры крыжы; Tres Creus de Vílnius; Three Crosses; Trīs krusti; 三十字架; Trijų Kryžių paminklas; Trijų kryžių kalnas; Góra Trzykrzyska; Trys kryžiai; Тры крыжы; Три креста; Три хрести; Trys kryžiai; Tres Cruces; Three Crosses; Three Crosses; Hora tří křížů; Три крста; monumento di Vilnius, Lituania; Denkmal in Litauen; monument in Litouwen; monument in Lithuania; معلم تذكاري في فيلنيوس، ليتوانيا; помнік у Летуве; истакнути споменик у Вилњусу, Литванија, на брду Три крста; Góra Trzech Krzyży; гара Трох крыжоў; Trys kryziai; Hora troch krížov; Trijų Kryžių kalnas; Trys kryžiai
Three Crosses 
monument in Lithuania
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LocationVilnius, Vilnius City Municipality, Lithuania
Architect
  • Henrikas Kęstutis Šilgalis
Inception
  • 1916
Elevation above sea level
  • 112 m
Different from
54° 41′ 12.25″ N, 25° 17′ 51.17″ E
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Wikidata Q83238
VIAF ID: 7651154260491124480001
BabelNet ID: 03432656n
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