The central and oldest attraction in Lunno, Mostovsky district, - Catholic Church of Saint Anna. This stone church was built at the end of the 18th century on the site of a wooden predecessor.
However, the history of the Catholic parish in Lunno goes back even further - to the first half of the 16th century. When Bona Sforza d'Aragona, the wife of King Sigismund I of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, by her decision founded the first church in these parts. A reminder of those events is stone in front of the entrance to the temple, on which there is even a memorable date - 1546.
The construction of the stone church took place already in the time of the last king of the Commonwealth in 1782. This date is preserved in the form of a memorial plaque on the facade of the building.
The second date, 1895, is the year of the complete renovation of the church, when it was thoroughly rebuilt in the architecture of late classicism. It is believed that only the apse has survived from the predecessor temple. These works were supervised and sponsored by Maria from Drutsky-Lyubetsky, representatives of this family at that time owned Lunno and nearby lands (including Cherlon's estate).
There are several interesting tombstones and sculptures on the church territory.
pay attention to Crypt of the Chakhovsky familywho owned Lunno after the Drutsky-Lyubetsky.
On the other side of the church is the crypt of the Kamensky family.
The Church of St. Anne is made of rubble stone, partially plastered. Along the perimeter of the building there are arched windows and niches, the facade is decorated with false columns.
In front of the church at the end of the 19th century, a compact belfry was built in 2 tiers.
Finding this attraction of the agro-town of Lunno will not be difficult, from village center walk a few minutes in the direction of Sovetskaya street, below is a point on the map:
If you're in the area, I recommend checking it out. burial vault of Yablonovsky in Shchechitsy.