The post office building in the village of Foino
The complex of the Foino (Faino) postal station near Mogilev dates back to the middle of the XIX century. The station was built according to one of the projects published in 1843 (together with the most common “Gothic project”).

It is a detached building with two symmetrical gates. The decor of the main building retains the original wooden window frames and the characteristic wrought-iron visor over the entrance. 

Historical fact: it was at the postal station in Foino that the poet A. S. Pushkin stopped when he was heading to the southern exile.