18th-century wooden church in Palūšė
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Palūšė is a tourist village in the Aukštaitija National Park in eastern Lithuania. It is located south-west of Ignalina. The church of Palūšė, built in 1750, is considered to be the oldest surviving wooden church in Lithuania. The church is constructed of wood and was built without using nails, only with saws and axes, It was featured on the one litas banknote. According to the 2011 census, it had 83 residents. In this village was born in Lithuania singer, composer Mikas Petrauskas.
- Mikas Petrauskas (1873-1937), Lithuanian organist, singer (tenor), conductor, teacher.
- Architektūriniai, archeologiniai, istoriniai paminklai. Ignalina municipality.
- "Utenos apskrities gyventojų surašymo duomenys". Lithuanian official statistics department.
- "Paminklas Mikui Petrauskui atminti". Palūšė official website.
- Tourism Centre Palūšė (English), (Lithuanian), (German), (Russian)
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