On the territory of the village Worldwhere the famous Mir Castle, there is a chapel-tomb of the family Svyatopolk-Mirsky. This object was built at the beginning of the 20th century. Through the efforts of the academician of architecture Marfeld, one of the main sights of Belarus harmoniously complemented by a beautiful chapel.
During the Soviet era, the chapel housed the granary of the distillery. Church property was looted, and after that the chapel was completely abandoned. The chapel was restored in the period 2004-2008. And already in 2014, the first services were here.
In architectural terms, the building can be attributed to the Art Nouveau style. The decision itself in the choice of materials for construction is also interesting. A mixture of red brick, concrete and gray stone gave a stunning result.
Complemented by a bright mosaic panel depicting Christ the Almighty and the Svyatopolk-Mirsky family coat of arms, which adorns the entire ensemble, including the castle and the park.
Six members of the ancient Svyatopolk-Mirsky family were buried in the tomb. It was thanks to this surname that a park was laid out around the chapel, which still exists today.
Mir Castle and the surrounding sights really attract a lot of tourists. After the reconstruction of the complex, the village of Mir is a great place for the whole family.
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