The Co-Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin and St. Stanislaus also called Mogilev Cathedral It is a Catholic church in Mogilev, Belarus, which functions as Co-Cathedral or alternate cathedral of the Archdiocese of Minsk-Mogilev.
The cathedral is located at the site was a former convent of the Carmelites. In 1636 the monastery was built a wooden church dedicated to the Assumption of St. Mary. In 1708 a great fire burned the church and its place in the years 1738 to 1752 a stone church, consecrated in 1765 by Bishop of Vilnius Zenkovich was built. On December 25, 1772 Catherine II of Russia announced the establishment of a Catholic diocese of Byelorussia based in Mogilev. Ten years later, the diocese was elevated to an archdiocese with jurisdiction over all of Latin rite Catholic parishes in Russia, including Moscow and St. Petersburg. Since 1783 the Carmelite monastery church became the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Mogilev, assuming its current name.
Coordinates 53°53'54.479" N 30°20'3.062" E