Agricultural town with a beautiful and sonorous name Lunno mentioned in chronicles in the first half of the 15th century. These lands were owned by the Kroshinskys, Sapiehas, Chekhovskys, Romers, Drutsky-Lyubetskys and Krupinskys in different periods. Perhaps the main and oldest attraction - Church of St. Anne, the construction of which was carried out with the money of the last king of the Commonwealth - Stanislav August Poniatowski.
In addition, in the town of Lunno, a curious ordinary building, represented by 1-2 storey yellow brick houses.
Similar ordinary buildings were found in many towns and towns. Belarus, but not everywhere preserved. Previously, a large Jewish community lived in Lunno (about 65% of the total population), whose representatives basically built these pretty houses.
There were 3 synagogues in Lunno, but unfortunately they have not survived to this day. Reminders of the Jewish past of this settlement are still found and not completely forgotten.
On the outskirts of the agricultural town, you can see two old Jewish cemeteries and one Christian, on which rises Chapel of Saint Roch.
Another attraction - Church of Saint John the Baptistlocated in the very center of Lunno.
Orthodox church built in 1889 year designed by Ivan Trubnikov (by the way, at one time he was engaged in the reconstruction churches in Synkovichi) in the retrospectively Russian style of architecture and is the dominant feature of the agro-town.
Below is the point with the location of this church on the map:
Not far from these places is the village of Volpa, where you can see a unique monument of wooden architecture - Church of Saint John the Baptist.