The church was founded from the Benedictine foundation in the mid-fifteenth century. After 1515, a nave was added to the presbytery. It was renovated in the 19th and 20th centuries.
It is a gothic building, orientated, built of brick in the flemish bond. It has one nave with three bays and a chancel with two bays, ended triangular. The facade has an octagonal turret. At the presbytery from the north there is a sacristy, and from the south there is a porch. From the outside, the nave, sacristy, porch and presbytery were surrounded with buttresses. The interior is illuminated by ogival windows in plastered slits. The church is covered with a gable roof and a single-sided roof over sacristy.
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