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The exterior is under renovation at present, but you are still able to go inside. It is called The Red Church because of its brick. I was told that the interior was special. I did not see anything of note. Mass was in process, so...More
when i visited there was a religious ceremony holding and i was totally amazed stooped by the benches with tears in my eyes i don't know why but i was really touched.
I'm Muslim and don't know what was the ceremony about but I could...More
I walked passed this a number of times before noticing it. It’s set between shops and backs onto housing.
For me it wasn’t amazing but what made the visit for me was the way it was constantly in use by the people of Minsk. People...More
Despite the ongoing construction this red-brick church still showed its beauty in- and outside. Its interior is standard Catholic, with lots of statues and other religious objects, while outside photos of favourite popes are put up under a bishop statue. Taking photos inside is allowed.
Standing in stark contrast to the grim theme of Soviet architecture that dominates Independence Square is the red brick Catholic Church. It was constructed in the Neoclassical style, and completed in 1910. Its tall, gabled bell tower and attractive detailing are reminiscent of many brick...More