Church of Holy Trinity (Saint Roch)
This neo-Gothic church was built on the site of the wooden Holy Trinity church in 1864. It is dedicated to Saint Roch: the legend says that he saved Minsk from cholera. After World War II, the devastated building of the church was used as a book depository. After being restored in 1983, it became a concert hall of Belarusian State Philharmonic. The church restarted masses in 1991. It was returned to the Catholic Church in 2006.