Zdzitava - is a village of Zhabinka district, Brest region of Belarus. The main and the only attraction of the village Zdzitava is Orthodox wooden church built in 1502. This ancient temple is a very valuable architectural monument, an important landmark, cultural and historical value of Belarus. The value of the church in the village Zdzitava is, of course, the age of the temple, with its architectural forms he, apparently, is not impressive. But it is not so important, in fact very rare for Belarus and for the whole region, to a wooden church stood for more than five centuries, and in such good condition preserved to this day.

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According to the church in the village Zdzitava can be judged on how to look ordinary village temple in the 15-16 centuries. It should also be noted that in the south of the Brest region of Belarus survived a lot of old wooden churches. Of course, the church in the village Zdzitava occupies a special place among them, it is the oldest. However, in this region there are many other wooden temples, mainly belonging to the 18th century. Together, these churches, led by the church in the village Zdzitava, offered for inclusion in the List of World Heritage Sites of UNESCO.

Temple in the village Zdzitava may be interested in a wide range of tourists and travelers in Belarus. It should also be noted that the church in the village Zdzitava located in a picturesque setting on the banks of the river. In addition, the itself village Zdzitava is located near one of the main highways of Belarus - Brest-Moscow route, and visit it very easy and convenient.

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