The church of St. Anthony is from the first half of the 13th century, built in the village recorded for the first time in 1240. Around 1500, a tower was added. The temple was originally Catholic, but after 1534 it was taken over by Evangelicals.
The church is an aisleless structure measuring 22 x 11 meters, built of granite blocks. A slightly narrower square tower with a unique passage on the north-south line, is added to the nave. Inside there is a granite baptismal font from the turn of the 14th and 15th centuries.