Since the XVI century, this settlement belonged to the ancient noble family Abramovich (Abrahamovich), from which many statesmen and military leaders, members of the socio-political movement in Belarus, Lithuania and Poland came. The enlightener and writer Yan Abramovich, a graduate of Padua University and one of the leaders of the Reformation movement in Belarus, was born here and lived for a long time. In Vorniany he founded a Calvinist collection, a school and a hospital, which existed until the middle of the 17th century.
On the eastern side of the square, on its main axis, in 1767-1769, the St. George's Church was erected in late Baroque forms and remained in good condition. The western side of the square is adjoined by a park massif built on the bank of a water body. In the past this park had a stone palace with two symmetrical wooden wings forming the front courtyard. During World War I, the complex was destroyed. Only a three-storey pseudo-Gothic brick tower, an architectural monument of small forms of the beginning of the XIX century, has been preserved.