Church architecture

Church of the Resurrection of Christ

The Church of the Resurrection was designed for the territory of the Kalodziščy cemetery near Minsk. The church is not a parish church, so it is not large. It is designed to celebrate memorial liturgies, panikhidas and funerals. The project is designed as an interpretation of the style of the Pskov School and the Neo-Russian style. A belfry is added with a possibility to use it from the ground level. There is an entrance from the narthex to the room designated to accommodate a wood oven and an electric panel. The extra space to the right of the main area is reserved for Golgotha and requiem table. The foundations are made of reinforced concrete, the walls are made of bricks and plaster.
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Project: Church of the Resurrection
Location: Kalodziščy Cemetery, Minsk District, Belarus
Capacity: 100 people
Total area: 95 m²
Stage: construction project
Year: 2013

The original variant involved access to the belfry through the internal staircase, with a different drum and façade details.
Architecture: Dmitry Ostroumov, Maria Benzar (blueprints)
Designer:
Evgeny Gumeninko
Project Support: April Architectural Workshop LLC.