The church was erected around the middle of the 14th century from the foundation of king Casimir the Great. In the seventeenth century it was destroyed by the Swedish army, and in 1706 was burned after a lightning strike. Later renovated and repaired several times. Current shape church got at the end of the 19th century when the neo-gothic tower and the vaults of the building were completed.
The church is a three-nave building, with a lower, elongated chancel, ended polygonaly. There is a sacristy on the chancel and a neo-gothic tower on the façade.
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