Bárányles

Local nameBocz kereszt
LocationHosszúhetény, Hungary

The bárányles is a local tradition in the southern Hungarian village Hosszúhetény and around the Zengő mountain, a night pilgrimage on Easter Sunday, in which only males can take part.

The participants set out from the feet of the Zengő to reach a cross called by locals "the Bocz-kereszt" before dawn. They sit, drink and talk at a fire near the cross until dawn when they surround the cross and briefly pray to welcome the arrival of daylight, or "the Lamb", Jesus Christ.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bárányles

Address 7694, Hungary

Coordinates 46°10'51.492" N 18°22'23.448" E

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