From the Daily Herald:
In 1939, Provo city erected a substantial, stone crucifix on United States Forest Service land at the base of “Y” Mountain in the middle of Mormon Country. The origin of this anomaly — dubbed by local residents the “Easter Cross”– and the story of its purpose make a suitable tale for the Easter season.
Located in the Eastlawn Cemetery in Provo, Utah.
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