This magnificent Orthodox church in the old city was built in 1904-1905 to commemorate the Belarusian soldiers who died in the Russo-Japanese War. The design of the church is neo-Russian style, decorated with numerous onion-shaped domes and crosses, plus the Notre Dame church next to it and the statue of the Virgin in front of the church.
It takes about 15 minutes to walk from the city center to here, it's worth a visit!
Grodno is the westernmost city of Belarus. On the Neman River, near the Polish border. River port. Railway hub. The industry is dominated by machinery manufacturing, metal processing, synthetic fiber and nitrogen fertilizer production, followed by textile, shoemaking, cigarette and household appliances manufacturing. There are medical, agricultural and normal colleges and architectural monuments from the 12th to the 18th century. The city of Grodno is one of the oldest cities in Belarus, and many ancient castles and religious buildings still remain in the city.
It is a simple and simple church with a quiet and solemn taste.