Near Church of Saint Anne in Mosar there is a small village Kozlovshchina. Once these lands belonged to a famous family Drutsky-Lyubetsky. The family estate has not survived to this day, but you can see the chapel and the old brovar.
The Drutsky-Lyubetsky Chapel is located in the cemetery, next to the main road, and is clearly visible even at the entrance.
The stone tomb was built of large rubble stone in 1843. To the right of the chapel is a statue of the Virgin Mary.
The plate above the entrance confirms the information that this is a Catholic chapel of the Drutsky-Lyubetsky family, founded in the middle of the 19th century.
The chapel and the cemetery itself looks very neat and inspected. Everywhere flowers and small decorative elements.
Brovar in the village of Kozlovshchina
The former distillery is located a little further from the chapel. Also built in the middle of the 19th century, in 1859. The brovar building is quite well preserved.
The left side is made of wood. The right one is made of rubble stone, in the center of the arch, where you can see the preserved equipment of the brovar.
There is also a small waterfall near the brovor in Kozlovshchina.
The place here is beautiful, if possible try to look.