When visiting Palūšė village, we also recommend visiting Palūšė St. Joseph’s Church. Together with the belfry, this church is considered one of the most valuable and oldest wooden examples of folk architecture. The church is located in a place of exceptional beauty – on a high hill by the Lake Lūšiai.
Did you know?
The Palūšė church was built in 1747 by the priest Juozapas Stockis-Bazilevskis with his own fund. You can find a previous Baroque altar painting “St. Joseph” and other 18th – 19th century works of art and paintings in the church.
Picture borrowed from: pamatyklietuvoje.lt