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                  Церква Пресвятої Трійці
                  Церква Пресвятої Трійці
                  It is known that at the end of 18 c. the Troits'ka church, an architectural monument of national value, had three wooden hip tops. In the first half of 19 c., the building was reconstructed and got a modern look. The temple was capitally repaired in 1879 and 1912. The church is limestone-built. In 1955-1956 and 1976-1977 the temple was restored, and in 1977 the museum of atheism was open in it. This monument belongs to not numerous works of the Galichina school of architecture of 16 c. Near the church the wooden three-high bell tower, covered by a hip roof, stands. At south and east sides the bell tower leans against a limestone fence. The bell tower was restored in 1976. On a type and proportions this building belongs to the defensive wooden bell towers of Galitsia of 16 c. To the church fence the cemetery of lost in Second world war joins.