The Great Synagogue in Derechin was built in the 18th century and destroyed during WWII.
According to a pre-WWII photograph, kept in the Yad Vashem Photos Archive, the lower tier of the eastern wall was decorated with paintings of Torah scrolls, and the upper tier featured the depictions of the musical instruments. The ark was painted with Biblical landscapes, birds, and trees.
Biuleten' manitorynhu histarychnai prastory, 1/2016: Sinahohi Belarusi, ill. on p. 124, wrongly attributed as Slonim.
Maria and Kazimierz Piechotka, Heaven’s Gates: Masonry Synagogues in the Territories of the Former Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, trans. Krzystof Z. Cieszkowski (Warsaw: Polin Museum of the History of Polish Jews, 2017), pp. 518-520.