Kamienka - is a large village of Shchuchyn district, Grodno region of Belarus. The main and virtually the only architectural attraction of the village of Kamienka is the Catholic church of St. Anthony of Padua. This temple was built of red brick in 1908 in a neo-Gothic style. This church in the village of Kamienka was built on the site of an older stone church, which was demolished in 1904. And the first wooden Catholic church appeared on this place in the 1580s.

Kamienka

The area around the Catholic church of St. Anthony of Padua in the village of Kamienka is surrounded by an old fence, which was built in 1910 from brick and natural stone. The main entrance is decorated with a lancet neo-Gothic brama (it means gate). The fence and the gate perfectly complement the architectural ensemble of the temple in the village of Kamienka, because they are all made in the same architectural style. Today the church is in very good condition and functions as intended, the territory adjacent to the temple is beautifully landscaped. The Catholic church of St. Anthony of Padua in the village of Kamienka is an architectural monument, historical and cultural value and an important attraction of Belarus.

Kamienka

Kamienka

Kamienka

Kamienka

Kamienka

Kamienka

Kamienka

Kamienka

Kamienka