The three-meter-high oak sculpture was built in 1972. The author of the sculpture is Stanislovas Bartkevičius. This is his diploma work. The sculpture was built in the center of Nida on the initiative of the then Neringa architect A. Zaviša. The theme of the sculpture was asked not by chance - it is related to the history of the settlements of the Curonian Spit, dune planting works. The monumental sculpture with plant motifs seems to repeat the forms of baptism, reminds of the worldview of the locals, and is close to their aesthetics.