The Kalozha church is a religious stone monument of ancient architecture from the second half of the twelfth century. It is the oldest building of Grodno in Belarus.
The Tatar mosque of Keturiasdešimt Totorių was built in 1815 on a former mosque site from the reign of Vytautas the Great (1392 - 1430). The building has a rectangular plan with a square roof. At the top of the roof is a small minaret turret. It is octagonal, onion-shaped, with glass windows and a crescent-shaped point. The building was renovated in 1993.
The wooden mosque of Kruszyniany was built by tatar settlers of the region around the 18th century. The modern mosque is estimated to have been built in the late 19th or early 20th century. The mosque and the village itself is was designated as a place of national importance for Poland in 2012.