|— Township —|
|First mentioned||13th century|
|Dialing code||+375 1592|
Kreva (Belarusian: Крэва, pronounced [ˈkrɛva]; Lithuanian: Krėva; Krevas, Polish: Krewo) is a township in Grodno Oblast (Hrodna Voblast]], Belarus. It is located 22 km South of Smarhoń and 100 km North-West of Minsk.
The Kreva Castle, constructed of brick, was built by the Grand Duke Gediminas of Lithuania at the borderland of Lithuanian ethnic lands. After his death in 1341, Kreva became the patrimony of his son and successor, Algirdas. In 1382, Grand Duke of Lithuania Kęstutis was imprisoned here during the Lithuanian Civil War (1381–1384) and subsequently murdered on the order by his nephew Jogaila.
In 1387 following the Christianization of Lithuania, Grand Duke of Lithuania Jogaila established a first Roman Catholic parish here in Lithuanian pagan lands and built a church which is now known as the Church of St. Mary.