Novaja Myš - is a large village of Baranovichi district, Brest region of Belarus. The main attraction of the village of Novaja Myš is a very picturesque architectural ensemble, which is formed by two churches: the Catholic church of the Transfiguration of the Lord and the Orthodox church, which is also consecrated in honor of the Transfiguration of the Lord. The Catholic church in the village of Novaja Myš was built of bricks in 1825. The area around the Catholic church is surrounded by a natural stone fence, the central entrance is decorated with a brick gate, next to the Catholic church there is also a two-tiered wooden bell tower. The Orthodox church in the village of Novaja Myš was built in 1859 from wood. This Orthodox church stands out against the background of most wooden rural temples of the mid-19th century for the complexity of the architectural solution and the presence of a number of unusual decorative elements. The Catholic church and the Orthodox church in the village of Novaja Myš are in excellent condition and are functioning temples. Both churches were consecrated in honor of the Transfiguration of the Lord, and located opposite each other on the central square of the settlement. These churches form a very typical architectural ensemble for Belarus.

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In many Belarusian villages and towns you can find nearby Orthodox and Catholic churches. Such situations can be considered a unique feature of the Belarusian urban planning art, as well as an architectural, historical and cultural landmark of the country. The nearby churches of various Christian confessions reflect and confirm the fact that for centuries representatives of all religions lived and worked peacefully in Belarus. The Catholic church and the Orthodox church in the village of Novaja Myš are architectural monuments of the 19th century, as well as historical and cultural values. These temples, united into a single complex, are also an important attraction and landmark of Belarus, which emphasizes the uniqueness of Belarusian history and culture, and also contributes to the formation of the national identity of Belarusians. In addition to the Catholic and Orthodox churches in the village of Novaja Myš, there are several more remarkable buildings of the 19th century, which can be attributed to the ordinary development of the settlement, as well as several monuments of the second half of the 20th century.

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