Throughout Belarus there are various memorial columns, which were often installed by representatives of noble families in their lands. One of these memorial columns located in the village Ososhniki, next to the former estate of Bykhovtsev-Dzekonsky.

Ososhniki village column

There is no exact information by whom and in honor of what events it was established. However, there are two main versions.

Memorial column in the village of Ososhniki

The first is conditionally official, confirmed by an informational nameplate, according to which the column is a monument in memory of the rebels of Kalinouski and the events of 1863. At that time, these lands belonged to Kazimir Dzekonsky.

Ososhniki

The second option for the origin of the column is the adoption of the Constitution of the Commonwealth in 1791. At the end of the 18th century, representatives of the gentry actively erected such memorial columns.

Memorial column Ososhniki

It is curious that in the neighboring village of Polonsk there is exactly the same column, but in a more deplorable state. Most likely both of these historical monuments were built at the same time.

Memorial column in the village of Mogilevtsy

The column is located near the road leading to Lyskovo, below is a point with a mark on the map:

If you are in the area, I recommend visiting Ruzhany Palace, as well as go to the urban village Porozovo.

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