Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the agro-town of Sukhari
The church, built at the very end of the nineteenth century (1891) of brick on the site of the temple, mentioned back in 1789, is located today on the eastern outskirts of the agricultural town of Sukhari, one of the oldest settlements of the Mogilev region.

It is a monument of eclectic architecture with elements of pseudo-Byzantine style. The church is functioning.

The building is cruciform in plan, slightly elongated along the longitudinal axis. A massive quad rises above the center of the crossing, covered with a sloping tent with a head. The altar part is pentahedral, smaller faceted apses-sacristy are symmetrically adjacent to it on the sides. The rectangular volume of the babynets is placed across the longitudinal axis and covered with a hip roof.