Palamuse Church is one of the oldest medieval churches in northern Tartu County. The church was first mentioned in documents in 1234.
As a fortress church, it provided protection from invaders during wars. There is a burial ground around the church, which has two preserved headstones. The unique wooden sculptures on the altar and pulpit date back to 1696. There is a dry-stone painting on the eastern outer wall.
Services are held in the church every Sunday at 11 a.m. The church also organises concerts and plays.
|Asukoht||Köstri allee, Palamuse alevik, Jõgeva vald|