St. Andrew’s church was built in the second half of the 13th century. In the nineteenth century, it was turned into a grain granary, then lateral portals were walled up. After the war, as a result of neglect, it fell into disrepair, only in 2006 its renovation and adaptation to sacred functions began.
The church is an aisleless structure built of granite blocks on a rectangular plan. The north, south and east elevations are open with narrow and oblong lancet windows. The original main southern portal is currently walled up.