The old village border crosses of Búger
Búger, has preserved its old town crosses that during the Middle Ages marked the borders of the town.
On Fat Thursday, a procession follows the route of these crosses.
The two crosses on Carrer Major (11 & 20), are the most well-preserved. According to the Archduke Ludwig Salvator, the crosses are described as “Near the church, at the wide street, the presence of two new stone crosses on a base like a ball”. The crosses are carved into the building walls.
In other towns and villages on Mallorca, these stone crosses are often much larger, and standing on an octangle stone base.