One of the interesting sights of the Belarusian city of Zaslavl is the 16th-17th centuries. The Savior Transfiguration Church. The original appearance of the temple was a structure surrounded by ramparts, with massive walls and loopholes. Founder Nikolai Glebovich conceived of its erection as a Calvinist temple for Protestants, and only in the 60s of the XIX century church Zaslavl received the status of Orthodox.
In the II half of the XVII century the architectural appearance of the building was significantly improved, replaced by loopholes beautiful decorative elements. Today the Transfiguration Church is a historical and archaeological reserve, a true architectural monument. The western part of the temple is decorated with a powerful tower 37 meters high, the square base of which gradually turns into an octagonal figure.
Currently, many tourists are willing to visit the spiritual center of Zaslavl, to hear the clear ringing of the bells. The trip to the church is included in the program “Ecotourism in Belarus” and other tourist excursions.