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The Church of the Holy Virgin in the village of Buzhkovychi was built in 1776 as a Greek Catholic church. After the Third Polish Republic was formed, the Greek Catholic Church was persecuted by the Russian authorities in Volynia and was virtually abolished.
It is known that there was an attic in the temple. Unfortunately, it was dismantled at the end of the 19th century. Today, the church has survived without noticeable changes. It is also worth noting that the bell tower is located on the territory, and not attached to the church. This combination is typical for Eastern Christianity in Volyn.