Located next to the actual museum-reserve is a modern church ensemble including Ss Peter and Paul's Cathedral and St Nicholas' Church. The prettier of the two buildings is Ss Peter and Paul's Cathedral which was built in the form of a tower, reminiscent of a candle, between 1995 and 1995. The entire interior of the cathedral is decorated with beautiful frescos. The smaller and plainer church next door is St Nicholas' Church which was built in 1994.
Located in between the two churches is a small three-columned rotunda which holds the Unity Bell. The monument was unveiled in 2000 in the presence of Patriarch Alexius II, President Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus, President Vladimir Putin of Russia and President Leonid Kuchma of Ukraine and is dedicated to the unity between the three Eastern-Slavic nations.