St. George's Church in the village of Osnova
Ossova is a small village of Voronovsky district, Grodno region of Belarus. The main attraction of the village of Ossova is the Church of St. George, which was built in 1909, on the site of an older wooden church. This church is an architectural monument of the beginning of the XX century, a cultural and historical value and an interesting landmark of Belarus. The church in the village of Ossova is in a completely restored condition.

The remarkable thing about this church is that natural stone was actively used during its construction. Very beautiful rubble masonry used in the construction of the church in the village of Ossova is not too often found in other churches in Belarus. The interior of the church in the village of Ossova is also worthy of the attention of tourists. The fact is that the interior of the church is quite richly decorated, in addition, a working organ has been preserved here. The territory near the temple is surrounded by a low stone fence, which is made to match the church of natural stone. This fence, as well as the temple, dates back to the beginning of the 20th century. 

Next to the church in the village of Ossova there is an old plebania building (i.e. the parish administration and the priest's house), built again at the beginning of the 20th century. This building is currently being slowly restored. Next to the old plebania there is another new building built in our time and also belongs to the architectural complex of the church in the village of Ossova. In addition, the area around this whole complex is very well landscaped, you can even say that there is a small park here, in which there are flowerbeds, reservoirs, places for recreation and more. It will be quite interesting for tourists and travelers to visit the village of Ossova, get acquainted with its sights and walk around the adjacent territory.