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Krestovozdvizhenskaya church in Luninets

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Type: Churches Style: Retrospective -russian Date of Foundation: 20 century Status: Regional value Republic of Belarus, Brest region, Luninec

Krestovozdvizhenskaya church, built in the period from 1912 to 1921 on the site of the wooden church built in 1816, is a monument of retrospective Russian style architecture.
The main temple has a volume cube roof, topped with five bulbous head. Adjacent to the main volume of the wide refectory and hipped bell tower with a bulbous head, semicircular apse, a wide arched opening in the lumen, the sacristy and side chapels narrow. Above the powerful arched portal of the main entrance placed arch-biforium window located on casing-kokoshnik. To make the faces of the belfry used keeled kokoshniki. For rough walls used brick decor - arkaturny frieze, flat and figured konhovye niche, triangular pediments.
The interior of the church - «Gospel» in 1657 and 1746, as well as a series of icons: «Revolt of the coffin», «Initiation of the Virgin in the Temple», «The veneration of the Virgin», «The Holy Family», «Deisus», «Annunciation» and others.

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Address Republic of Belarus, Brest region, Luninec GPS Google: 52.244799′ N, 26.795678′ E