In the small village of Bobovnya in the Minsk region on the P91 Nesvizh-Osipovichi highway, you can see the ruins of the distillery – the legacy of Ianina Traskuljatskaya. At the very end of the 19th century, this woman (a true entrepreneur) bought a part of the land near Narkevich-Iodka near their family estate and erected a modern (for those times) capitalist distillery with a warehouse. 8 wage workers worked on the enterprise, and the distillery was built in the classical forms of industrial architecture of the 19-20 centuries.
Even after 100 years – this building has preserved its external appearance, time has not touched the brickwork and large boulders, the frames of vertical windows, made at full height of the case, have not yet collapsed. Perhaps this allowed the former distillery to remain the main monument of antiquity in the village of Bobovnya to this day.
On the opposite side of the factory building, there is a warehouse of materials, in a similar architectural style. Before the war Troskulyatsky’s property was adapted to the collective farm mill, which functioned until the end of the 90s.
According to local residents, the buildings were bought by one businessman who planned to reconstruct the historical heritage, but alas, judging by the appearance (for 2016 March) the plans were not able to implement.