The monument to the shtabs-captain Konstantin Knak is on a cemetery of the Peter and Paul church. The monument was established to the fighting friend by his companions on service. The inscription says that Konstantin Knak served in Infantry his Majesty Korolya Neapolitanskogo to a regiment. If someone has information on this person and a regiment in which it served, tell it to us.
The cemetery of the Peter and Paul church remembers many pages of history of our city. According to official sources, it appeared at the end of the 18th century Here people with the well-known surnames were buried: Traugutta, Kosciusko, soldiers of the Neapolitan regiment, a Kobrin shlyakhta, soldiers who died during Soviet-Polish and World War II of wars.