Not far from the historical center Oshmyan there is a rather interesting attraction - it is old catholic cemetery with a wooden chapel.
The formation of this cemetery dates back to the end of the 18th - the first half of the 19th century.
The wooden chapel that can be seen today was built only in 2005. However, outwardly, it repeats the architecture of its historical predecessor of the 19th century.
There is a curious, but unconfirmed, fact according to which the first chapel was built from a dismantled Dominican monastery, which was located on the site Resurrection Church.
There are quite a few dendritic monuments in the cemetery itself, and there are also several unusual tombstone sculptures. Here is an example of a tomb Barbara Volkanovskaya.
Convenient entrance to the cemetery is located from the side Avdeev streets, below is a point on the map: