To commemorate the 200th birth anniversary of Liudvikas Rėza, the sculptor Eduardas Jonušas created a 7-metre high solid oak sculpture depicting Liudvikas Rėza. The sculpture was built on the Skirpstas Dune, near the settlement of Pervalka. This place was chosen at the initiative of the author himself as the best place to observe the village of Karvaičiai, buried under the sand, which had also been the birthplace of Rėza. The oak monument has engraved lines from a Rėza’s poem, called The Sunken Village. The sculpture has been acknowledged as one of the most prominent works from wood by Jonušas, as the composition-portrait accurately portrays Rėza.