End of 19th Century. Hrebinky Str., 31<br /><br />
Like the church itself, it was rebuilt several times. Its final appearance was obtained during the construction of 1800-1805. The tiered bell tower had graceful decorative details characteristic of neoclassicism, columns of the Corinthian Order, completed with a bath. It was the tallest building in the city, serving as a kind of landmark for locals.
It was destroyed in the 1930's in connection with the anti-religious campaign. Until our time, it has not survived, and has never been reconstructed.
The bell tower was constructed in 1705 in the territory of All Saints Church.