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Białuty (Poland)
Basic data
State : Poland
Voivodeship : Warmia-Masuria
Powiat : Działdowo
Gmina : Iłowo-Osada
Geographic location : 53 ° 12 '  N , 20 ° 24'  E Coordinates: 53 ° 12 '0 "  N , 20 ° 24' 0"  E
Residents : 600
Telephone code : (+48) 23
License plate : NDZ

Białuty [ bʲaˈwutɨ ] (German: Bialutten ) is a village in the municipality of Iłowo-Osada in Poland. It is located 15 km east of the town of Działdowo (Soldau) and belongs to the powiat Działdowski , Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship .


The village was first mentioned in a document in 1470. There was a church here as early as the pre-Reformation period. After the Reformation , the church changed several times between the Protestant and Catholic denominations, but ultimately remained Catholic. Not until 1905 was an additional Protestant church built by the manor owner of Bialutten, Alfred Ferdinand Oehlrich, mineral oil manufacturer from Riga / Baku. Dwiersznia, Krokau, Grabowo, Napierken and Wolla also belonged to the parish of the Protestant church. The village structure was shaped by the manor and its Vorwerke Eichberg and Prusken. Postcards from the time before the Second World War show the "Castle" (manor), the Protestant and Catholic Church and the "Gasthaus Aug. Sawetzki". The manor, the Protestant church and the Oehlrich hereditary burial are now in ruins.

With Article 28 of the Peace Treaty of Versailles , the manor district fell to the re-established Poland.

Evangelical Church in Białuty

In January 1945 the place was captured by Soviet troops .