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                  Церква Казанської ікони Божої Матері
                  Церква Казанської ікони Божої Матері
                  The first mention of the church is recorded in the journal "The Clergy Statements of Church in Vladimir-Volyn District" for 1796. It states that the wooden St. Simeon church in the village Pischa is suitable for ministry. The second mention of the church belongs to the 1801. The church is a wooden, five-frame structure, approximate to the type of village wooden churches, which also reflects the influence of Moscow architecture of 19-20 centuries. In the interior of the church the decoration of 18-19 cc. is conserved. Arrangement of structure departs from the folk traditions of the Pravoberezhya wooden architecture. In 1878 the church had been capitally repaired, the foundation was summed up, a three-storey bell tower was attached. In 1912 the temple was rebuilt. During the First World War, most of the population had been evacuated inland. The bells were removed from the temple and flooded in the Pischans'ke lake. After the war, the peasants returned home, found the bells and set them on their sites.