The cottage on a mountain top (Mt Koressos or Nightingale Mountain) is where Virgin Mary lived after the Crucifixion. The identification of the modest cottage as Virgin Mary's last home is an involved story. However, the cottage now has papal recognition and has received 2 papal visits. The home has been a sacred place - a shrine visited by both Christians and Muslims for a long time. Pilgrims to the cottage tie their supplications and prayers to this wall by the cottage believing Virgin Mary will answer their prayers.