The Corpus Christi Church in Nesvizh, Belarus, is an early Jesuit church and one of the oldest baroque structures outside Italy, influencing the later architecture of Poland, Belarus and Lithuania. Commissioned by Prince Nicholas Radziwill and constructed in 1587-1593 by Gian Maria Bernardoni during the times of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, it contains tombs of powerful Radiziwiłł family members.
- Andrzej Piotrowski, Architecture of Thought. University of Minnesota Press, 2011, p.142-143, 297-298.
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