Red Church, Minsk

Red Church, Minsk - Address, Phone Number

Address: Vulica Savieckaja 15, Minsk, Belarus

Phone: +375-172004415

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Time Required: 01:30 Hrs

Timings: 08:00 am - 08:00 pm Details

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About Red Church, Minsk

Built sometime between 1905 and 1910, the Church of Saints Simon and Helena is a representation of the confluence of two different architectural styles in Belarus. The red brick structure is one of the most prominent landmarks in Minsk. Currently under the protection of the government, this church was built by Edward Vaynilovicha Adamovich after the premature death of his children. This building combines the Roman architectural styles and infuses it with a Belarusian touch thanks to the red bricks. The church is located just walking distance away from landmarks like the Government House. The church is especially buzzing during the Christmas and Easter celebrations in Minsk. Services are often read out in Polish and Russian along with the local Belarusian languages. There often are exhibits displaying the history of Catholicism in the country.

Red Church Information

  • Locals claim that the shroud kept on display in the church is the actual Shroud of Turin.
  • Guided tours are available. This is one of the best ways to understand and explore the history of this church.

Red Church Opening and Closing Hours

  • Visitors are not allowed during mass and prominent Christian festivals.

How To reach Red Church by Public Transport

  • By Bus: Independence Square stop
  • By Metro: Lenin Square Station

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Red Church, Minsk Reviews

  • Unusual church. It's a nice picture. Interesting paintings downstairs.

  • Church is beautiful. Was there for a Vivialdi concert, which was poorly organized, but the church itself was beautiful.

  • Great place to visit

  • Beatifull

  • you have to want a one way ticket to hell to rate this any lower ;)

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