The Assumption Church of Pleban (a small village in the Minsk region) was built in the beginning of the 19th century as a Catholic church (the church of Panna Maria), during the 1863 uprising it was adapted to the base of the rebels. It is rumored that the Russian church decided to punish the rebels and re-consecrate the church into an Orthodox church. As often happens, under the Soviet regime the temple turned into ruins. Now restored as the Church of the Assumption. However, at first glance, the silhouettes of a classical Catholic church are guessed, near the main entrance there is a bell tower, across the road from the church there is a museum.
Near the Assumption Church there is a cemetery. On it are buried the participants of the insurrection of 1863 Yu. Bokshanskiy, R. Malishevsky and others. Also here was a reburial of the earth from the mass grave of 13 insurgents who were executed in Vilna. One of them was Kastus Kalinouski.
If you liked the Assumption Church of Pleban then pay attention to other sights of the Minsk region.