Saint Stanislaus Cathedral

Saint Stanislaus Cathedral


Komsomolskaya str 4, Mogilev

During the defense of Mogilev in 1941 the headquarters of the People's Militia located in the Church. After World War II up until 1947 the church functioned without registration.The church was closed in 1956 and the Central Historical Archive of the BSSR located here, in 1960 it was transferred to Minsk, and State Archive of Mogilev Region was transferred into the church. In the Era of Stagnation some unique paintings of the temple were destructed, the organ with a ceramic tubes was irretrievably lost, the Vatican listed this organ under registry number 2 (there were only four such organs in the world, the others were in Rome, Warsaw and Mexico City). At the beginning of the 1990s building of the church was again transferred to believers. And in 1994 it he was restored, and began to work.

One of the most deployed fresco cycles on the territory of Belarus remained in the Church. Fresco painting was made in 1765-1767, 1780 years (artists are P. Piotrowski, A. Glovatsky, students-monks of Saviour Church - Peter, Lukyan, Gregory). In 1860s painting was renovated by the artist Ferst. Frescoes cover all the walls of the church. The Gospel frescoes are in the vaults of the main nave. From the apse to the choir there are three small compositions: "Transfiguration", "Delivery of the keys to Peter," "Ascension of Mary."

There are 8 compositions in the rectangular niches above the arches. On the north wall there are "Resurrection of Lazarus", "Miracle of Teresa", "Baptism"; on the south wall there 3 compositions on historical themes, including "Presentation of credentials by King Sigismund to monks" with views of Mogilev; in the south-western part there is a fresco depicting a monk-painter by the easel.

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Polykovichy Spring

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Saint Stanislaus Cathedral

Komsomolskaya str 4, Mogilev

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Cathedral of the Three Hierarchs

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Ethnographic Complex "Belarusian village of the XIX century'

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Mogilev Drama Theater

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Mogilev City Hall

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