Lešnia - is a village of Kapyl district, Minsk region of Belarus. The main and in fact the only sight, landmark and attraction of the village of Lešnia is the Orthodox church of Saint George the Victorious. This temple was built in the village of Lešnia at the beginning of the 20th century from wood. The exact date of the construction of the church is not known for certain, perhaps it is 1915. The architectural style of the temple is modern. In 1937, the church was closed by the Soviet authorities. Then the building of the temple was used as a warehouse for a long time. In the late 1990s, the church was returned to believers. The temple in the village of Lešnia was restored with the support of the German Embassy. In 2000, the temple was re-consecrated and became operational again. Today the Orthodox church is still in excellent condition and functioning. By the standards of wooden churches, the temple in the village of Lešnia is very richly decorated and made using some non-standard architectural solutions. This wooden church copies the shapes of stone temples in a very interesting and unique way. The Orthodox church of Saint George the Victorious in the village of Lešnia is a very interesting landmark, sight and attraction of Belarus, an architectural monument of wooden architecture of the early 20th century, as well as a cultural and historical value of the country.

Lešnia

Lešnia

Lešnia

Lešnia