Сымон i Алена

Касцёл святых Сымона і Алены (таксама вядомы як Чырвоны касцёл) — каталіцкі касцёл у Мінску.

Касцёл быў пабудаваны ў 1905—1910 гадах паводле праекта архітэктара Тамаша Пайздэрскага ў новараманскім стылі. Фундатарам выступіў грамадскі дзеяч Эдвард Вайніловіч, касцёл асвечаны і названы ў гонар святых апекуноў ягоных памерлых дзяцей Сымона і Алены.  


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