Chapel of Euphrosyne of Polotsk
There is a legend that the granddaughter of Vseslav the Magician, who became a nun, during her pilgrimage to Jerusalem stopped to rest here, in Rechitsa.

And a few hundred years later, during the transfer of the holy relics of Euphrosyne from Kiev in April 1910, Rechitsa became the first Belarusian city where a big stop was appointed on the way to Polotsk.

In 1995, a monument — chapel was erected on the banks of the Dnieper River, at the place where the cancer (the ark with the relics of the saints) stopped 85 years ago. The original author's name of the monument is the Jubilee Chapel. According to the author's plan, its construction was timed to several historical moments: The 1000th anniversary of the Baptism of Rus, the 50th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War, as well as the feat of internationalist soldiers and the victims of the Chernobyl disaster. But in the people, thanks to the image of the great saint, another name was imperceptibly established — the chapel of Euphrosyne of Polotsk. Now the chapel has become a real business card of Rechitsa and a holy place for every resident of the city.

Residents of Rechitsa have a belief that if you touch a stone with your hands and make a wish, it will certainly come true.