Holy Trinity Church

Minsk, Belarus

Church of Holy Trinity was consecrated in 1864. In the 1930s, the church was closed and the valuables removed by the Soviet authorities. Renovation of the church started in 1983.

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Founded: 1864
Category: Religious sites in Belarus

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Игорь TREXIG (21 months ago)
Красивый костел, правда расположение необычное, находится фактически во дворе, огражденный высотными домами. Ухоженный двор со статуями, хоть и кажется минималистичным и однотонным, но очень красивый и атмосферный, стоит посетить всем гостям Минска
Olga Hollman (2 years ago)
Самый мой любимый костёл. Очень простой, и в этом прекрасный. Без золота и фресок внутри — никакого пафоса, толтко искренность. Настоятель Юрий Санько располагает к себе уже с первой встречи — светлейший человек, искренний, с глубокой верой, душевный, и в то же время с прекрасным чувством юмора. В 2018 году проводились ремонтные работы по облагораживанию территории костёла, также и сам костёл ремонтировали внутри. Здесь появилась игровая площадка для прихожан с детками, планируется аптекарский сад и много дивных изменений. Место само по себе стоит посещения, даже если вы не католик.
алексей маруга (2 years ago)
А ведь история-то богатая у костела!.. Несколько выдержек из Википедии: Католический приход Пресвятой Троицы в Минске был основан в XIV веке королём Ягайло. Это самая старая католическая община в городе, о которой сохранились документальные сведения. На пожертвования короля был построен деревянный храм на Троицкой Горе, однако в 1409 году храм сгорел дотла. Вновь отстроенный деревянный храм также погиб в пламени пожара в 1809 году. В 1832 году приходским храмом стала деревянная часовня Святого Роха на золотогорском католическом кладбище, построенная в 1796 году. К середине XIX века деревянное здание бывшей часовни, ставшей храмом Пресвятой Троицы, сильно обветшало. Епископ А. Войткевич сумел получить разрешение на постройку нового каменного костёла, который был возведен за 3 года (1861—1864) по проекту академика М. Сивицкого. Храм в неоготическом стиле возводился на средства, полученные от сбора пожертвований, причём их собирали не только католики, но и представители других конфессий и религий в знак благодарности святому Роху, который, как считалось, спас город от эпидемии холеры... ...и много-много еще интересных моментов в истории этого храма!.. Советую прочитать и, конечно же, побывать там!..
Андрей Герасименко (4 years ago)
Hidden from the main street, but very beautiful.
Andrei Sayapin (7 years ago)
My favorite catholic church in Minsk...
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